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A problem well stated is a problem half solved

Many of us have learned that a problem well stated is a problem half solved. The problem statement sets the stage for the problem analysis.

The problem statement should state all relevant facts about the problem statement relevant to the problem, and should avoid any unnecessary or distracting details. If the problem statement is very short, there is a good chance that it is…

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Tom Morgan

Tom Morgan

A recovering product leader. Now helping others navigate their own developing careers through coaching and mentoring.