Tag: problem solving

Why?


Work on problems that could have solutions

Resolving Problems and Opportunities


Problems worthy of attack prove their worth by fighting back. – Paul Erdos

Rules and Regulations


Principle based regulation is more effective than rule based.

Hard Problems Are Not Always Hard


Understand problems before the solutions are found

Dealing With Problems and Opportunities


When clients can’t feel the problem there is no deal.

Any Sane Person Would Dislike Buying Life Insurance


Life insurance has no cost. It is the problem it solves that is the cost

Be Able To Offer Many Tools. Choose Which One When The Facts Are Clear


If your only tool is hammer, you will tend to see very problem or opportunity as a nail.  You might think that message matters for carpenters alone, but no.  Each of us has a tendency to fit the problem to our tools.  It is… Continue Reading “Be Able To Offer Many Tools. Choose Which One When The Facts Are Clear”

Problem Solving


The NHL has finished its season and the Chicago Blackhawks have again won the Stanley Cup.  One reason they have won three in the past six years is winger Patrick Kane. I noticed a commentary about Patrick recently and it said that when he… Continue Reading “Problem Solving”

Solve Problems By Defining Them Better


Can problems exist in isolation? Probably not.  Every problem appears with hints about its solution. Problems exist in isolation when people do not think about them properly.  It is a known fact that a well-defined problem is nearly solved.  Perhaps the question of defining… Continue Reading “Solve Problems By Defining Them Better”

Another Dimension To Problems


Problems are not independent of the tools that solve them. When I was at university in the mid 60s, a byte of RAM or a byte of disk storage cost roughly $1.00.  Something around $8.00 in today’s money.  A 4k RAM card would cover… Continue Reading “Another Dimension To Problems”

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