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Do you have a business problem that you are having trouble solving? Mike Figliuolo has a simple five-step process for solving problems and leading your business through everyday uncertainty and larger change initiatives. Learn to pin the problem down and define it, generate possible solutions, determine the best solution, and create a clear recommendation to solve your particular challenge. This is the same process Mike has taught multibillion-dollar companies to solve their business problems. Learn how to use it to solve your own.
Do you have a business problem? One that's really frustrating, really challenging and confusing? Maybe you're pulling your hair out because you know it's such a big deal and you just can't make progress on it? In this course, I'd like to offer a five step problem solving process that's really straight forward and really simple. First, I'll show you how you can define the problem very clearly and then break that problem down into its component parts. So you're solving for the root cause and not just solving a symptom.
Next, I'll cover how you can generate an initial set of ideas and answers as well as how you can figure out what analysis you need to do to prove your case. And finally, I'll cover how you can take those analyses, and create a clear and compelling recommendation to solve your business challenge. This process works. It's the same process that's used by major consulting firms around the world. I've personally used this process at multi- billion dollar corporations to solve some of the most challenging problems that I've run up against.
And when I'm disciplined about it and rigorous about following the five steps I've always gotten to a clear, concise and compelling recommendation. So let's get started.
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