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Don't settle for second best

Don't settle for second best: Problem Solving Techniques
Don't settle for second best: Problem Solving Techniques

The best of your options might still not be good enough. When is a solution good enough? Establish criteria based on must-haves and desirable-to-haves. If the possible solution doesn't have one of the must-haves, then they are not good enough and the search must start again. So you don't need scores for the must-haves—once you have all of them you can look at the weighted totals of the want-to-haves in order to choose the best one.

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Skill Level Beginner
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