Florin Lungu - "Entrepreneurial Mindset"
Although this will evolve over time, what appears to be just a 'nice' thing to do, is really the future of how the business will operate. Think about how different your role and the company's performance will be if everyone uses a proven model for getting at the root cause of problems and then arrives at the best decision. It won't always be right - just most of the time and with the same track record as you.
But how do we create a problem-solving culture in our organizations? And why do we have problems in the first place?
The purpose of a problem is to call us forward so that we may go before the very conditions, circumstances, and thinking that created it.
“We cannot solve our problems with the same level of thinking that created them.” – Albert Einstein
Problems are opportunities for us to become the solution, rather than seek a solution.
What we’ll cover today:
Key Issues - Owner Perspective:
What You Need to Know
A Five Steps to Solution-Based Thinking
What You Need to Do
Before you make a decision, you must first enter into problem-solving at a higher level of solution-based thinking where you begin to separate, breakdown, and distill the thinking that has created the conditions conducive for the problem to exist.
Then, after careful and thoughtful consideration, you make a decision, cutting and removing
the parts of your past thinking that no longer serve you.
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