Sign In for Full Access

Quick access through the institutional single sign-on Manchester Met Sign In
Skip this for now
Public Access Here

Sign In for Free Access

Login with email for free guest access to a range of Rise content
Logging You In!
Incorrect Password (Click Here to Reset)! Passwords Must Match Password must be more than 8 characters
Skip this for now
Man Met Access Here

Solving Wicked Problems

Introduce wicked problems. Set expectation of a “solution” it doesn’t entirely resolve the issue but has a positive impact with limited negative consequences. This self study pack and Rise projects use the word “solution”. This is a loaded word and in some ways is inaccurate.

We can’t solve this problems but we can have a positive impact.

Provide some examples of “wicked problems” instruct learner to pick one that they will use to guide them through this SSP.

“Solving” wicked problems is difficult as any positive impact has the risk of negatives. For example: