The Five Pitfalls Of Problem-Solving - And How To Avoid Them
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The article provides a deep insight into the mistakes that should be avoided in problem-solving. 

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Love this type of articles with real-life stories! It illustrates the point perfectly

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Anonymous,
July 27, 2020
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helpful

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June 25, 2020
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As I was reading pitfall number 4 (narrow framing), I was expecting a happy ending with a great success story for Ron Johnson. Curveball, and lesson learned. More research into the clientele would've led to a restructuring of the framework, potentially avoiding that failure. Then, it seems, have multiple solutions and most importantly, testing said solutions before going all in. Thank you Mr. Johnson for a lesson learned on your behalf.

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June 18, 2020
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An interesting article that gave some good examples of failed problem solving. Unfortunately, it did not provide the corollary for each recommendation, where the correct approach is used to actually solve a real world problem. But I guess this is why one would buy the book that the article is promoting. I would say that the article was helpful enough to make me consider looking at the book for application of the article's recommendations.

Anonymous,
May 29, 2020
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Very Inspiring

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April 17, 2020
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Good examples of how asking the right questions is key to solving problems. Good read