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Secrets of power problem solving
Dawson, Roger
Adult Nonfiction HD30.23 .D3737 2011

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ContentsPage
Section 1 - Types of Problemsp. 9
Chapter 1 - There Are Only Two Types of Problemsp. 11
Chapter 2 - Solving People Problemsp. 14
Chapter 3 - Solving Money Problemsp. 24
Section 2 - Problem Solving Toolsp. 33
Chapter 4 - The Simplest Solution Is the Most Likelyp. 35
Chapter 5 - The Five Whys of Problem Solvingp. 39
Chapter 6 - Don't Let Anger Exacerbate Your Problemp. 42
Chapter 7 - Let Your Principles Guide Youp. 46
Chapter 8 - Does the Problem Deserve a Solution?p. 51
Chapter 9 - Is the Problem Real or Imagined?p. 53
Chapter 10 - What Happens if You Do Nothing?p. 55
Chapter 11 - Is the Problem Really Unique?p. 57
Section 3 - Questions to Ask Before You Solve a Problemp. 59
Chapter 12 - Difficulty Defining the Problemp. 60
Chapter 13 - Don t Solve Problems Too Quicklyp. 64
Chapter 14 - Don't Solve Problems Too Slowlyp. 71
Chapter 15 - How Quickly Should You Choose?p. 76
Chapter 16 - If the Horse Drops Dead, Get Off Fastp. 83
Chapter 17 - Don't Bang Your Head Against Concrete Principlesp. 87
Intuitive Problem Solvingp. 89
Chapter 18 - Do You Have a Golden Gut?p. 92
Chapter 19 - Is Intuitive Problem Solving Obsolete?p. 97
Chapter 20 - How Chunking Improves Your Intuitionp. 102
Chapter 21 - Intuition or Rapid Reasoning?p. 105
Chapter 22 - Improving Intuition With Right-Brained Thinkingp. 108
Chapter 23 - Controlling the Left and Right Sides of the Brainp. 112
Chapter 24 - Moving Away From the Problemp. 117
Chapter 25 - Finding New Answers With Creative Thinkingp. 121
Section 5 - Logical Problem Solvingp. 139
Chapter 26 - Go or No-Go Decisionsp. 143
Chapter 27 - Ghoosing Between Two Ways to Solve a Problemp. 149
Chapter 28 - Handicapping Critical Decisionsp. 155
Section 6 - Gathering Informationp. 159
Chapter 29 - Gathering Information Is the Key to Good Problem Solvingp. 162
Chapter 30 - Information Driftp. 165
Section7 - Brainstormingp. 177
Chapter 31 - Should You Brainstorm or Not?p. 179
Chapter 32 - The Advantages of Brainstormingp. 185
Chapter 33 - Structured Brainstormingp. 189
Section 8 - What Makes You a Great Problem Solver?p. 197
Chapter 34 - Traits of Great Problem Solversp. 198
Indexp. 213
About the Authorp. 219


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