Using task unification for business issues


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Using task unification for business issues

White-haired man: I like the task unification technique, especially in situations where you already have a particular problem that you're trying to address. When you use it this way, the technique will take a specific resource and point it at specific aspects of the problem you're trying to solve. Let's go back to our refrigerator example and see how this works. Imagine going out and asking people what kinds of problems or frustrations they have with their refrigerator. In other words, what are their pet peeves about what's put inside the fridge, or anything else about how it's used.

We might get feedback from consumers that sounds like this. It's hard to know what food is still fresh and what need to be thrown out. I waste a lot of food because of that. Refrigerators are difficult to keep clean. You have to go in there, take the food out, and wipe the shelves off. It's a hassle. It's hard to know what food I need to buy at the store because I can't remember what's in the...

Using task unification for business issues
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