In what ways might i define the problem statement more effectively so that the team finds it engaging/interesting enough to solve it?

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Kumar Prakarsh

Kumar Prakarsh

Works in the CRM Consulting space as Salesforce Developer by the day, reads non fiction and posts about Products by the night.

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