Articulation of problem:
Due to us being somewhat well functioning for the last couple weeks it was fairly difficult in articulating a problem in which we faced this week. However for the last two weeks we have made improvements with our SHV going from being valued at a single cent to 85 cents to now within the one dollar area. These slight improvements in SHV are new waters for us as throughout the course we have not made much improvements in our SHV leading us to be in the dire situation in which we are in at the moment. Therefore this week we were presented with the problem of trying to make a somewhat significant change in our SHV this rollover or prepare ourselves well so that we make significant improvements in the weeks to come especially that of the double rollover.
Analysis of problem：
Delving further into the problem, it seemed like a mountain to climb due to us simply having little to no money and resources to work with especially when we compare it to that of the other teams. Therefore as a team we thought deeper this week in not only thinking what can help us improve our SHV this week ? but also what can help us in the long run aswell? By having this extended thinking we were able to achieve more well thought out decisions in which be a lot more beneficial for the long run than that of what we had come up with in the previous rollovers.
By having such long term thinking when making our decisions and delving in deeper when exploring ideas in where to improve on. We were able to come up with more well thought out decisions in which we believed were suitable for the situation we are in and the resources in which we have to work with. This was shown with the increased time in which we had with our meeting and the level of discussion in which were communicating with. Thankfully the work we put in reflected in an increase of SHV, not as much as we would have hoped but an increase nonetheless. this approach didn't give the best results this week however signs do look positive. So hopefully we can continue this momentum through the final double rollover and finish this course on a somewhat high note.
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