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Creating a Learning Resource for

Analysis paralysis

Analysis Paralysis

Overwhelm in Decision Making

Problem of Practice

What is the need?

Process

Create a digital learning resource:

How to create online courses using MIT OpenCourseWare (n.d.)

Learning Modular Synthesis

Programming microprocessors

Analysis Paralysis

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Kurien et al., 2014

"Analysis paralysis" ... refers to over-analyzing (or over-thinking) a situation, or citing sources, so that a decision or action is never finally taken, resulting in paralyzing the outcome

problem of practice Defined:

Tools and processes are needed to assist the decision-making processes of individuals from being blocked through Analysis Paralysis.

Identifying Users

Who is it for?

literature

Customer decision making (Kurien et al., 2014)

Ecologists performing data analysis (Zuckerberg & Gibbs, 2008)

Business analysis and solution design (McSweeney, 2016)

Questionnaire

Family/household decisions

Personal/life decisions (individual)

Design/Creative decisions

Authoritative/Leadership decisions

Product choice/purchasing decisions

The learning resource cannot be restricted to one group and should be more generalized in order to meet learner needs

Learning Resource

What is being proposed?

Learning Resource

overcoming analysis paralysis

Creating a resource to assist individuals who may find themselves caught in analysis paralysis

mixed media including a Video of no more than 6 mins length

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downloadable reference

04

quiz and practical exercise

03

sharable online mini course

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The Next Steps

What now?

create a initial course

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iterate based on feedback

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generate feedback

03

identify processes

01

Recap

analysis paralysis

Create an online mini-course, including video, a quiz and a downloadable resource

Obtain user feedback via questionnaires and interviews

Iterate based on the feedback received

Resources will be generalized to help a wide degree of learners

references

Joubert, J.-P. (2021). Analysis Paralysis Learning Resource - Questionnaire 1. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdD3vZUGnfHGItR59e42iSfg0P8_MZ0cxjzkc1ixMCE29Kbcg/viewformKurien, R., Paila, A. R., & Nagendra, A. (2014). Application of Paralysis Analysis Syndrome in Customer Decision Making. Procedia Economics and Finance, 11, 323–334. https://doi.org/10.1016/s2212-5671(14)00200-7Mcsweeney, A. (2016). Stopping Analysis Paralysis And Decision Avoidance In Business Analysis And Solution Design. November. https://doi.org/10.13140/RG.2.2.21841.38243MIT OpenCourseWare. (n.d.). Retrieved July 5, 2021, from https://ocw.mit.edu/index.htmZuckerberg, B., & Gibbs, J. P. (2008). Overcoming “analysis paralysis.” Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, 6(9), 505–506. https://doi.org/10.1890/1540-9295-6.9.505

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