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Tools To Define Problems

Lesson 28 from: FAST CLASS: The Power of Habits

Art Markman

Tools To Define Problems

Lesson 28 from: FAST CLASS: The Power of Habits

Art Markman

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28. Tools To Define Problems

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Tools To Define Problems

what are the kinds of things that we might be able to do to help us to define these problems in a better way. And so part of what I want to do is I'm giving you some tools that you can use that can create habits for defining problems more effectively. So another tool that's here is on page 44 of your booklet. Page 44 has a tool that's called the Nine Windows. This nine Windows tools been used in a lot of different settings. Now, another tool that I like a lot and that allows me to tell another fund story is Ah, is this tool that sounds a little bit like a five year old complaining? It's the Y y Y two. The way that this tool works is, uh, I've got some some desired outcome that I'd like to see achieved. And in that desired outcome, I start by asking, Why doesn't it exist right now? What's the biggest barrier? What's getting in my way of of that existing And then, having identified that barrier, I asked why that barrier exists, and then and then why that's a problem. And even still more,...

Why That's a problem. And I keep asking, why questions? Until I find some things that that might help me to solve the problem, right? You ask the question Why? And not only does that help you to understand the kind of causal knowledge you need in order to be able to solve problems, But it also be able helps you to be able to understand the nature of the problem itself. Because if you understand why some things a problem, sometimes you can begin to get some leverage into how it is that you should be thinking about this problem in the first.

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