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Practical tools for problem-solving

Professionals at every level need to find solutions to problems – practical solutions that can be justified and implemented. Although the context and content of our problems may be unique, it is likely that somebody has had this sort of problem before. Don’t waste valuable time reinventing the wheel.

At this workshop on 6 November in Warrington and 22 November in London you will learn a range of practical techniques such as force-field analysis, brainstorming, Ishikawa diagrams, mind-mapping, the Pareto Principle, decision trees, decision matrices and DeBono’s thinking hats.