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Problem-Solving: One Size Does Not Fit All, Part 2

by Chet Marchwinski & Art Smalley
September 14, 2016

Problem-Solving: One Size Does Not Fit All, Part 2

by Chet Marchwinski & Art Smalley
September 14, 2016 | Comments (0)

Just as different types of tires are needed for different road conditions, different types of problem-solving are needed to tackle different problems. Watch this video to hear Art Smalley continue yesterday's video's discussion on problem solving and talk about his forthcoming book, "The Four Types of Problem-Solving."

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