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Resumen del editor
When faced with problems, many business leaders and teams look for familiar and standard problem-solving methods, often creating unnecessary struggle, frustration, delay, and ineffectiveness in solving the problem - if it is ever solved at all! In other words, they keep reaching for the same old hammer as if every business problem were a nail.
In Four Types of Problems, continuous improvement expert and author Art Smalley shows you how to break the "hammer-and-nail" trap.
He demonstrates that most business problems fall into four main categories:
- Gap from standard
- Target state
- Open-ended and innovation
"Organizations and individuals at all levels fall into the trap of having one primary or standard way of solving every problem," says Smalley, who learned problem solving from Tomoo Harada at Toyota's historic Kamigo engine plant. Harada led the maintenance activities that created the stability needed for Taiichi Ohno's innovations in the Toyota production system.
Each type of problem category requires different thought processes, improvement methods, and management cadences. Each type has its own sub-system and surfacing mechanism, management cadence, timing, and difficulty level, he explained.
One size does not fit all. Situations and training people in tools or techniques only scratches the surface of problem solving.
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