Reframing Questions Essay

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I am pleased to reflect on my experience this semester in MGMT5150. I feel that it was a successful class which taught me a lot regarding how to look into a problem in different perspectives. Personally, I do not enjoy classes that don’t challenge me. I have always been one to persevere through difficult situations and challenge myself by undertaking complex tasks. If I am presented with a class that doesn’t meet my intellectual standards I have a habit of making things harder than they have to be in order to challenge myself. That’s why I was content in Management 5150, I found the framing and reframing techniques, challenging, and stimulating. Reframing is one of the most valuable take away for me from the course and group project. I have learnt to use reframing techniques to create new ways of seeing and create new action opportunities. Reframing problems takes effort, attention, and practice, but allows you to see the world around you in a brand-new light. Further, I can state that “‘our experience of the world is based on categorization of the objects of our perception into classes,’ and that ‘once an object is conceptualized as the member of a given class, it is extremely difficult to see it also as belonging to another class.’ I have practiced reframing by changing my point of view, i.e. by seeing the world from others’ perspectives, and by asking questions that begin with "why." Together, these approaches enhanced my ability to generate imaginative responses to the problems that come my way. I was a tech enthusiast right from my childhood, in my second year of engineering I worked on Wireless power transfer, which was a hot research topic those days. In my third year I worked on Robotics and in my fourth year I worked on Artificial intelligence. At the end of college many friends complemented me with line “Jack of all trades but master of none” but I
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