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Fast and slow thinking

Fast and slow thinking: Problem Solving Techniques
Fast and slow thinking: Problem Solving Techniques

The need for both fast and slow thinking. We tend to jump straight to a solution, choosing the first one we think of, but it may not be the best one. Systems can help us to overcome this. For example, you can force yourself or your team to come up with several possible ideas before you pick one. The broken watch problem can be used as an example of how you should alternate logic and intuition to get to the answer.

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