Too Many Problems

by Jamie Flinchbaugh on July 22, 2010 · 1 comment

My latest article, Too Many Problems, articulates that I see problem solving in organizations as much more than problem solving skills. Many times people roll out new problem solving skills thinking that is enough. But beyond that, you also need systems and infrastructure to support those skills, and the right culture and behaviors to enable them. Let me know your thoughts.

I want to thank Manufacturing Engineering for publishing this article, as they have been long-time supports of my work.

 
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1 Mark R Hamel July 26, 2010 at 12:13 pm

Hi Jamie,

I read your article as soon as my issue of Manufacturing Engineering was delivered – July 17th. Now with my memory, that’s a very loooong time ago. But, I do remember that I was so impressed, I tweeted (and I don’t tweet that much) the following:

Flinchbaugh article in Jul SME Manufacturing Engineering mag, “Too Many Problems” – great overview on prob solving sys., behaviors & skills!

Everyone, it is well worth the read!

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