Most of the time somebody else in the industry or from another sector attempted to address the same problem. When you have a good understanding look back at the problem, you formulated during the last stage and adjust it as you need. Go for quantity and create at least 20 different concepts. Compare your concepts against your identified problem. Put yourself into the shoes of different stakeholders. As in every stage before, if you don’t feel confident to answer those questions, you will need to go and find out. Put them together into a compelling story that will resonate with your audience.
The Lego Masters must describe their original structures to their teams without touching the ones under construction.
Give each person in your group a number (1,2,3, etc.).
Method III problem-solving, taught intensively and experientially through Leader Effectiveness Training, is a living, breathing, widely applicable skill set pays dividends across organizations, in unexpected ways.
Fewer regrets about big-ticket solution$ that didn’t quite work out the way they were supposed to (because a skilled Method III problem-solver knows skipping Steps 2 and 3 in the decision-making process leads to fundamentally flawed decisions) is just one.