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Position Diagram: Where There Be Dragons

Wednesday, October 17th, 2012 | Posted by Dave Gottlieb

Kahneman:  ” Seek out new experiences and our biases will show up.  Experience and immersion adds or removes biases.”

Laird:  The knowledge derived from tactical explorations yields constraints on the process of problem solving.

Simon:   Defines Ill Defined problems vs Well Defined Problems

Pacione:  “The practice of design is broadly applicable and once mastered can help anyone or any organization make and think better.”

In times of massive change, solving complex problems also changes.  Complex problems have no direct solution, but when coordinating and collaborating with different groups, working and sharing resources, and looking at many different angles, we can begin to unravel the complexities.

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