problem solving


Problem Solving with Impact Mapping Problem Solving with Impact Mapping

Do your team members have a problem they can’t solve? Maybe it’s time to try impact mapping. In this article, noted author Lisa Crispin shows us how she uses impact mapping to solve problems. Impact mapping takes a lot from other brainstorming and planning tools, such as mind mapping and story mapping.

Lisa Crispin's picture Lisa Crispin
Outside-the-Box Thinking? Maybe Not.

With so much focus on thinking outside the box, many of us often forget that simply thinking inside the box will give us the answers we need. If you're having difficulty completing projects on time, you may just need to use the skills you already have inside, rather than what lies outside.

Naomi Karten's picture Naomi Karten
treasure chest Are You Ever Blind to the Obvious?

Sometimes we get so set in our ways that we fail to notice an easier way to do things, simply because it's not the way we typically solve a problem. By allowing ourselves to use different parts of our brain to accomplish even simple tasks, we won't continue to limit our growth.

Naomi Karten's picture Naomi Karten

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