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Key Elements of a Strong Problem Statement

There are many brilliant people all around with truly innovative and disruptive solutions to the world’s most challenging problems. However, if these innovators can’t articulate a compelling business case as to why the problem matters and their solution makes a difference – the solution will never be seen. So what constitutes a strong problem statement

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Organizing Factors as In Scope or Out of Scope

An important strategy to consider when undertaking a new project is to clearly identify and communicate the definition of your project. This usually starts by writing a problem statement, why it matters, and the goal or intended outcome. A key issue to consider as your project progresses is “Scope Creep”. Scope Creep is when outside

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Cause & Effect Diagram (Fishbone)

What is a Fishbone? A cause & effect diagram, also called a Fishbone and the Ishikawa Diagram, is a method to organize and test many variables that may be a contributing factor toward causing a particular effect or contributing to your problem. A fishbone is also a way of documenting a problem’s current state and

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