In the recent interview with Zach Tumin, he discussed the importance of a right-size problem, and how to pick or form an issue that will give you a “quick win.” This means to see immediate progress in your approach.межвенцовые утеплители, как сделать оптимальный выбор
Your first set of problems do not need to solve the “big” problem in your organisation right away, but they do need to go toward that ultimate goal. They also need to be setup for that “quick win” so that everyone in your organisation (including investors) see that they are worth the time and effort.
Take a look at the follow video clip in which Zach Tumin explains his approach to creating right size problems.
Right-sizing problems is a process that will evolve as you move toward your innovation goals. At times, the issue itself will change as you begin to make progress towards its solution, so this process must be organic in your organisation.
What tips and techniques does your organisation currently use to right-size a problem? Could you be more effective in sizing up the problem for immediate success? Let Zach and InnoFuture show you how to do this in person at the Collaborate or Perish event in Melbourne!