Monthly Archives: August 2011

Problem Solving: Not just teaching, but learning

After two weeks off – apologies, I too fall victim to hyper-paced schedules – I want to expand upon my last entry, in which I described Problem Solving as a process that can be taught. But I don’t believe teaching, … Continue reading

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Problem Solving: Can It Be Taught?

In my last two entries I shared my view of the importance of Problem Solving and a few reasons why it’s so difficult. But does this mean we’re destined to analytical mediocrity? Can we improve? Can Problem Solving be taught? … Continue reading

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Problem Solving: Why So Difficult?

In my last entry I described the importance of Problem Solving and how I came to commit myself to helping companies develop it as a core skill set. But why do companies and individuals even need help? In other words, … Continue reading

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