4 STEP PROBLEM SOLVING

I often use techniques like this in developing my 8 to 12 Point Plans. Because before you can make a Good Plan you must first know what constitutes a Good Plan.

 

Learn to Plan and Problem Solve, and practice both often. You won’t regret the habit.

 

4 steps to becoming a great problem solver

 

COMMENTARY If you’ve ever heard the expression, “That’s why you make the big bucks,” then you were probably on the hook to solve a tough problem. Indeed, the ability to troubleshoot complex issues, fix troubled organizations, beat bigger competitors or successfully manage crises, is highly valued in the corporate world.

Just ask Thomas Horton, the American Airlines executive who was named chairman and CEO of parent company AMR on Tuesday, the day it filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. Horton got the job because of his track record dealing with thorny union and regulatory issues. And now AMR’s restructuring, how well it’s positioned when it emerges from bankruptcy and the future of the iconic airline is entirely in his hands…

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