The Problem With Problem Solving

  • To get really innovative solutions to complex problems, you need to abandon logic, says Dan Seewald.
  • Asking provocative and ridiculous ‘what if?’ questions pushes us down lateral paths of thinking versus the vertical or logical path. The latter approach is practical but it doesn’t break new ground.
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What if we could award a one-page contract in a day and make payment the same day with a credit card?

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