Bullying, a social evil that is predominant in school systems all over the world, has led to many suicides and homicides. In analyzing the bullying problem, the most important step is to identify where the problem exists, review literature on the problem, simplify the bullying problem, define terms and concepts, sample and collect data on bullying, analyze the data and use the results to address the problem.

The most important step is to identify the problem, which in this case is bullying. It is a concern within the local community and will serve as my focus. To understand various dynamics of the problem, there is need to review literature from credible sources to obtain foundational knowledge that will help in clarifying the question and formulating a precise question such as “what is the impact of bullying in schools”. There is also need to define concepts that will be used in describing the study results or procedures. This is closely followed by designing of the sample where the population within which to collect the data is determined and decision on number of participants is made before data is finally collected. Analysis is then required to make meaning of the data and the formulated conclusions used for policy-making on how to circumvent bullying.

Bulling makes it hard for the victim to contribute to organizational change since they have to accept commands without questioning. It curtails organizational development as well as makes the life of the victim deplorable due to psychological anxiety.

I considered problem identification as the most critical aspect as it will inform me on how to go through the challenge. I will be able to envision the affected population and understand how far bullying has spread. Also, I believe bullying is detrimental o organizations as it limits individuals’ contributions and increases the need to leave the organization.