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The pirate problem

“5 pirates board a ship, find a chest full of gold coins, and must agree on a fair way to split it. The junior pirates must propose a split, but face being thrown overboard if it’s rejected by the senior […]

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Eigenquestions: the art of framing problems

“For a simplistic definition, the eigenquestion is the question where, if answered, it likely answers the subsequent questions as well. Great framing starts by searching for the most discriminating question of a set — the eigenquestion.” | learn more

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Are you solving the right problems?

Harvard Business Review educates readers on the benefits of reframing problems before jumping into solutions. They offer a great example of why to do this in the ‘slow elevator problem’. And they also give strategies for ‘how’ to reframe. |learn more