D7 Problem Solving Decision Making Tools & Skills

How to Problem Solve and Use Decision Making Strategies & Skills

Business leaders need a ‘toolkit’ of skills to help with problem solving and decision making when there are many alternatives and unknowns.  Are you inundated with business problems? Drowning in demands on your time? Would you love someone to brainstorm these problems with? Learn about the 80/20 principle to make decisions. This strategy will assist you to prioritise the problems you are facing. Learn about the 5 Whys and 5 Hows.  Know which decisions are the vital few that sum up to the best use of your personal time. 12Faces provides you with those skills here.

Tips on Productivity & Motivation

Increasing Productivity & Motivation is key to Growing Profit Growing Profit is normally one of the principal goals of business and we have a mass of advice to assist with this goal. Every Manager has a number of 'Levers' that they can 'pull' to Grow Profit.  12Faces collects and distils out the...

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Generate a Million Ideas Quickly

Stumped For Business Ideas  Here is a really easy way to generate a million ideas in approximately 30 minutes. This technique can be used for a brainstorming session, with others, as a warm up exercise. The Process  Write across the top of the page (paper, white board or spreadsheet): What can I sell, to whom, where, when, how and for...

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Generate a Million Ideas in 30 minutes

Do you find yourself stumped for ideas on what your Start Up Business might do or new avenues that your existing business might take? There is rarely a shortage of “good ideas” that can give you some inspiration on how to progress.  Here is a really easy way to generate a...

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How to Use 5 Whys Problem Solving Technique

Five Whys and its sister Five Hows is a brainstorming tool that drives you to the reasons behind something happening when it is not obvious (5 Whys problem solving) or a desired outcome (5 Hows strategy).  Yellow Belt article

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Using Weights and Scores Prioritising Technique

When you are faced with many alternatives, it can often be very hard to choose between them. They will be strong on some things and weak on others; but hardly ever the same things. The sort of problem you face when choosing a car or a new staff member for...

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