Structured problem-solving is a valuable tool for effectively identifying and addressing problems. It allows for a logical and systematic approach that can help to ensure that the best solution is chosen and implemented. However, there are several factors that can prevent people from using this process, and it is important to be aware of these obstacles in order to overcome them and make the most of this problem-solving method.
4 Rules of Process: Rule #1
"This approach is not unilateral however. It is necessary to play catch ball with those who will be doing the work. This will ensure they buy in to the process but it is up to the leader to define the parameters to make sure no effort is wasted."
Meetings Aren’t Bad, Bad Meetings Are Bad – Part I
Answering these critical 7 Questions will enable you to increase your meeting effectiveness, increase the value proposition, and reduce the time you spend on non-value activities.