Criteria arise from experience in individual cases. Prospectively, thinking ahead, ask about the reasons and conditions that are necessary or sufficient to solve a problem. The results are conceptual, abstract criteria. The retrospective, reflective look leads to concrete criteria.
Criteria are derived from the questions that relate to individual needs:
- Why exactly do I rate a problem as good or badly solved?
- Why exactly do I rate a goal as good or bad?
- Why exactly do I rate a solution as good or bad?
- Which resources are relevant for the application of a solution?