Number of slides: 10
Whatever can go wrong, will go wrong’. Murphy definitely hit the nail on the head with this law, but we need to go further than only identifying the issues. Whenever a problem arises, we must act immediately to solve it before it causes any pain or inconveniences. This slide deck gives you all the necessary tools to not only identify your pain points but also devise solutions and fix your problems for good.
Problems usually occur when two or more aspects in a situation are not compatible. Different interests, budgeting options or lack of preparation all lead to tension which ends up creating problems. This slide can easily help you outline the conflicting situations and express them clearly into a ‘head-to-head’ graphic.
Multiple elements can negatively impact a situation in different, even complementary ways. This kind of scenario usually exacerbates a problem as more than one issues need to be tackled in order to return to a normal situation. This slide can help you explain how two seemingly unrelated situations can negatively impact an element from different angles.
In some cases, problems are inevitable and the best way to meditate is to compensate with positive factors. For example, to balance out the negative repercussions of a faulty product, you might need to invest more in customer service, refund, and reward policies and offers for future products. While they will not solve the problem, these options will work towards balancing out the negatives.
Problems are opportunities
Great ideas stem from problems
It’s better to acknowledge problems
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