Thursday, February 13, 2020

“Problems force a path, force a choice, and force a concentration of resources to a goal… We can talk strategy in the profession of arms—it’s problems that demand action.”
– Colonel Jobie Turner, Ph.D. –

Is your organization focused on solving problems or does it have a “strategy” with multiple priorities that creates internal competition for limited resources? If prioritization is a problem, you may want to consider a problems-based approach that focuses efforts on what’s really important. Click here for the article CONFESSIONS OF A FAILED STRATEGIST, PART 2: SOLVE PROBLEMS THROUGH PROBLEMS. Then ask yourself whether you’ve correctly identified the real problem(s) or whether your solutions are still desperately searching for them.