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Solving a problem is hard, but harder is finding the correct problem to solve

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Recurrent retrospective sessions help to set a continuous improvement workflow. Those guide your team to find opportunity areas and test solutions. But, how can you design and facilitate those spaces? Read more · 1 min read

What if you don’t have a team? Try different ways to represent the problem. The more perspectives you get, the more chances to find a better solution. Frame the mess from different angles, using diagrams.

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Product Manager & Certified UX Architect. I write about productivity, strategy and communication skills for creatives | jantonioavalos.com

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