I am a problem solver… deal with it!

As one might think, a problem solver is not a person who solved a lot of problems or continues solving one or two problems a day. Not at all. A problem solver is a person who thinks as a problem solver. In this post, we want to try and shed some light on how you can become a problem solver, and share some of my personal experiences of being a problem solver. Who is a problem solver? Because of the way the problem solver thinks, he can recognize a problem – he knows how it looks like. A problem-solver knows…

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Fight COVID-19 with Creative Thinking

The systems we live with are not ideal; and, our lives are certainly not ideal. We all got problems that we have to solve every day. Even a decision to not solve the problem and leave it as-is is a type of problem-solving. We already published in one of our blogs, Where do problems come from? What generates a problem, and described where problems originate from. Types of problems There are generally two types of problems. Predictable problems For instance: low production yield, high level of defects.Predictable problems are typically solved slowly, scientifically by creating and completing projects bringing only…

How to prioritize tasks with Urgency-Importance Matrix in PRIZ Guru platform

Our work and our lives are full of tasks. How to manage the priority of these tasks? This is a problem. Since this is a problem it should be solved with a help of a problem-solving tool. One of the most popular tools is Urgency – Importance Matrix (UIM). We have already published a number of blogs about the UIM in the past: How to prioritize tasks with Urgency–Importance Matrix in PRIZ Online Platform How to Manage Tasks Priority with Urgency – Importance Matrix (UIM)? How to define urgency and importance of tasks when prioritizing? Here, we want to publish…

PRIZ Innovation Platform Benefits The Engineers And Their Managers

In today’s world, businesses must innovate to maintain a competitive advantage. If we think about it, even the simplest conventional projects require innovative, or, out of the box, thinking. But when we deal with the more complex matter, like product design, excursion prevention, cost reduction, production yield improvement, or many others, innovation is the only way forward. For these types of projects, the managers need the appropriate tools to operate efficiently and remove destructions. In general, the process of innovation project management is quite typical. Managers with the team define the targets and expectations on timelines. The whole team builds…

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