2 questions to ask before you start problem-solving

02/11/2013 | Harvard Business Review online

Approaching innovation as a manager requires asking two questions to get a better idea of the problem, writes Greg Satell, a consultant and author of the Digital Tonto blog. Try asking, "How well is the problem defined?" and "Who is best-placed to solve it?" to get at the heart of your innovation issues. "Once we've asked the framing questions, we can determine which approach to innovation makes the most sense," Satell writes.

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