Number of slides: 10
Problems are inevitable in any kind of circumstance; business, social, economic, personal, ethical, you name it! If you want your processes to be as efficient as possible, trying to stop problems from arising is not the solution. To reach your goals, it is mandatory to have a system in place for resolving problems. This includes various steps such as problem identification, analysis, impact assessments, solutions, implementation, and monitoring. This slide pack can aid you with clear and concise slides to outline your problems and solutions easily and help you present them to all relevant stakeholders.
Also known as funneling, this handy chart can help you get down to the core of your problem. Starting off with a general notion of what is acting problematic in your process, you can delve deeper and deeper until you discover the ‘root of all evil’. Presenting this slide to your stakeholders, they will have an easy time following this line of logic and a solution to the underlying problem can be more easily identified.
A good and well-functioning system tends to stay in balance, and small issues can be easily fixed with the help of a rigorously set system. However, when there are more factors that create problems in your system, it tends to go out of balance and the services provided will be disrupted. Identify which problems throw your system off balance so that they can be tackled individually and fixed.
Whenever one or more elements are conflicting, tension arises which can be disruptive of any kind of operations. Whether it’s clashing from a technical perspective with software not being compatible with each other or from an ethical perspective, where some actions might go against your values, this slide can easily outline the opposite factors.
Problem minimization increases productivity
Eliminating problems is not as efficient as having remedy systems
Problems are inevitable, tackling them is essential
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