How To Improve Problem Solving

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My list is endless, but includes; Albert Einstein, Elon Musk, Steve Jobs, Bill Gates, Mother Teresa and many, many more.There are hundreds of books and articles available already on problem solving techniques, methods, etc.; however I will not be sharing any specific step-by-step methods in this blog.

My list is endless, but includes; Albert Einstein, Elon Musk, Steve Jobs, Bill Gates, Mother Teresa and many, many more.There are hundreds of books and articles available already on problem solving techniques, methods, etc.; however I will not be sharing any specific step-by-step methods in this blog.

Use any simple tool like Power Point, white boards, sheets, and papers and never shy away from starting to draw these on the fly if understanding a problem is becoming a challenge.

I was recently having a session with my German colleagues to understand the problem of hosting a load of new applications in the cloud, which had to integrate with on premise apps.

For my friends in the IT and technology space, I wanted to clear the myth that problem solving is not only about solving problems which are related specifically to technical and IT systems.

It could be anything, for example: No doubt there are a number of such situations, behaviours and scenarios relevant to you and your world which you would classify as problems that exist and are unsolved.

So ask yourself the fundamental questions about the problem and spend some time understanding the real problem with your team in order to solve it.

Try and understand the fundamentals of the process pertaining to the problem area.Confirm how it works or exists in its very basic and current form.Get out of the mind-set that you know everything, because if you did, you would know the problem area, cause and its solution as well.Understand the nuances of the techniques which exist in the process.Ask all the basic questions to really understand the problem and note significant points of the process which would then bring immense clarity to the part of the problem you are attempting to solve.I still remember solving maths problems when I was young and every time I couldn’t solve a problem I would ask my Dad for help.He would never provide me a solution straight away, but instead ask me to go and read the question again at least three times.Ironically, although problem solving gives an ultimate sense of satisfaction and achievement, many people try to escape or actively avoid a problematic situation.Most of my top idols have been people who have worked on and solved bigger problems, some of still love solving problems for meaningful and positive reasons.Once you know the root cause, not only can the problem be solved, it can be prevented in future too.Building a simple solution does not mean trivialising the problem which you are looking to solve.

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