PMXPO 2019: The 6-Minute Problem Solver

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60m 46s
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Overview

Learn how an innovative and fast process can help individuals and teams find solutions to challenges! In this presentation, Sally Arnold will move you through the three stages that build on each other to create the “6-Minute Problem Solver”:  

  • Stage 1: Why creative thinking is a global buzz word
  • Stage 2: The three steps to move through a framework that opens your mind and brain to creative solutions.
  • Stage 3: How to leverage this framework/process daily, weekly or monthly for fast solutions to challenges that have been unsolvable or have just kept you stuck.  

At the end of this presentation, you will be able to start utilizing the “6-minute problem solver” on challenges large or small. 

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