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Thinking Backwards : the art of good problem solving in business. (eBook, 2011) [janagana.in]

thinking backwards van haastrecht rob scheepbouwer martin

Moreover, it will help you to make better decisions in less time and with less effort. Problem solving is less about problems and more about ambitions and solutions. The E-mail message field is required. About the Authors Martin Scheepbouwer is a general manager in the Internet sector. Get unlimited access to videos, live online training, learning paths, books, interactive tutorials, and more. After reading this book, you will make less mistakes and completely rethink the way you make business trade-offs.

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thinking backwards van haastrecht rob scheepbouwer martin

About the Authors Rob van Haastrecht is an independent consultant and interim manager. Though I felt same framework may not be applicable in most e-commerce business today. With Safari, you learn the way you learn best. This succinct but powerful guide aims to make you at least twice as effective a problem solver than before. Thinking Backwards : The art of good problem solving in business. Guideline, standard practices had been applied, instead, the organization itself determine the rules however, it is not at the beginning of the project.

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Thinking Backwards: The Art of Problem Solving in Business. Rob Van Haastrecht & Martin Scheepbouwer by Rob Van Haastrecht

thinking backwards van haastrecht rob scheepbouwer martin

Rob majored in Business Economics and was an Assistant Professor in Marketing at the Erasmus University in Rotterdam for four years. Overall a good read with high practical applicability. The book puts across a nice and very relevant framework for problem solving in business. Author: Rob Van Haastrecht; Martin Scheepbouwer Publisher: Singapore : Marshall Cavendish, 2011. .

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Thinking Backwards : the art of good problem solving in business. (eBook, 2011) [janagana.in]

thinking backwards van haastrecht rob scheepbouwer martin

The examples are relevant but old, more recent case studies and examples could be have helped. Authors suggest going beyond reasonable doubt: mind shifts come from logic, facts and challenged assumptions; they claim decission are nothing, intervention is everything which is exactly what do move people. There are fundamental flaws in the way managers and their advisers make crucial decisions, including: unclear or missing objectives; spending too much time on the problem rather than on the solution; lack of real facts and evidence; giving direction without recommending concrete interventions; misalignment with key stakeholders; or simply missing good alternatives. He has previously published a book on change management in Dutch. His clients span a broad range of industries in both strategy and change management.

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Thinking Backwards: The Art of Problem Solving in Business. Rob Van Haastrecht & Martin Scheepbouwer by Rob Van Haastrecht

thinking backwards van haastrecht rob scheepbouwer martin

There are fundamental flaws in the way managers and their advisers make crucial decisions, including: unclear or missing objectives; spending too much time on the problem rather than on the solution; lack of real facts and evidence; giving direction without recommending concrete interventions; misalignment with key stakeholders; or simply missing good alternatives. Rob enjoys life with his partner Michelle and their two children in Aarlanderveen, The Netherlands. Abstract: Companies are lousy problem solvers. Engaging with consultant to streamline what we have in organization to what we should achieve has brought perception to project team member another level that it is hard to achieve. Very practical, full of real life examples and case studies. There are fundamental flaws in the way managers and their advisers make crucial decisions, including: unclear or missing objectives; spending too much time on the problem rather than on the solution; lack of real facts and evidence; giving direction without recommending concrete interventions; misalignment with key stakeholders; or simply missing good alternatives.

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Thinking Backwards: The Art of Problem Solving in Business. Rob Van Haastrecht & Martin Scheepbouwer by Rob Van Haastrecht

thinking backwards van haastrecht rob scheepbouwer martin

Rob has worked for the Boston Consulting Group, both in Amsterdam and Auckland New Zealand , for eight years before going independent. . . . . .

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