Combining problems that are valuable to solve, with defining exactly what you are trying to solve, can dramatically improve the effectiveness of the problem solving process.
The secret to defining the problem, is really about attitude. 3 Analyse the Problem Analysis is a process of discovery of the facts, finding out what you know about the situation.
Now it’s up to you to help others solve problems more effectively.
Here are 3 steps you can take to foster an environment of effective problem-solving: 1.
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It’s critical to continue to develop your process, ask the right questions, and get all the facts to find the best solutions.
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2 Define the Problem It is very tempting to gloss over this step and move to analysis and solutions.
However, like the first step, it is one of the secrets of effective problem solving.