Roger Barnes

506 days ago

The point of reframing is not to find the “real” problem but, rather, to see if there is a better one to solve. In fact, the very idea that a single root problem exists may be misleading; problems are typically multicausal and can be addressed in many ways.

Are You Solving the Right Problems?

hbr.org

Many C-suite executives (85% of those surveyed) say their companies struggle with problem diagnosis, which comes with significant costs. Part of the reason is that we tend to overengineer the diagnostic process— but most problems are faced in daily meetings.