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The Labyrinth Problem,Most effective way to,solve a labyrinth. Usually to start from the,this is the main idea,behind hypothesis driven Goal. problem solving, 2006 01 30 Hypothesis driven problem solving Slide 2 of 39. Part 1 About Monator,Core business clients,Part 2 Our approach to problem solving. General framework problem solving tools how can you use. this for your paper,Part 3 Our approach to HCI,Usability value context Soft System Methodology.
Excercises,Part 4 Conclusions, 2006 01 30 Hypothesis driven problem solving Slide 3 of 39. Key issues,Understand the big picture,Careful problem formulation. Starting from the end will save time, 2006 01 30 Hypothesis driven problem solving Slide 4 of 39. What does Monator do,Gothenburg based Management and IT. Consultancy firm,Core business, Help our clients define and refine their businesses.
Areas of work,1 Strategy consulting,2 Business integration. 2006 01 30 Hypothesis driven problem solving Slide 5 of 39. Our Clients,Growth oriented small and midsized companies. Customer Relationship Management,CRM solution, 2006 01 30 Hypothesis driven problem solving Slide 6 of 39. Our approach to problem solving,A general framework. Hypothesis driven fact based problem solving,primary 1 What s the problem.
2 What s probably a solution,3 Analyze facts and data behind the problem. 4 Present the solution, 2006 01 30 Hypothesis driven problem solving Slide 8 of 39. 1 What s the problem,Identify and isolate the core problem. MECE approach,Mutually Exclusive Collectively Exhaustive. Concept formulated by McKinsey Co, Helps you identify non overlapping boundaries of the.
MECE for crossing a river,Mutually Exclusive taking the bridge or the boat. Collectively Exhaustive all valid options for crossing the river. 2006 01 30 Hypothesis driven problem solving Slide 9 of 39. Tools Logic trees 1,Logic tree break down,Shows the relations between the components of. the problem,Revenues Prices, 2006 01 30 Hypothesis driven problem solving Slide 10 of 39. Tools Logic trees 2,Turn to the person next to you. Use the Logic trees approach to identify the,components of the following problem.
Your car has stopped due to an engine failure,Take notes of your discussions. 2006 01 30 Hypothesis driven problem solving Slide 11 of 39. 2 What s probably a solution,Suggest a hypothesis for a solution. Will help your data gathering and analysis,Disaggregate the issues. What issues have to be fulfilled in order for the,hypothesis to be valid. Visualize with logic tree break downs, 2006 01 30 Hypothesis driven problem solving Slide 12 of 39.
Tools The 5 Whys method 1,Made popular by Toyota in the 1970s. Helps to quickly determine the root cause of a problem. Easy to learn and apply, Start at the end result and work backward toward the root. cause continually asking Why, 2006 01 30 Hypothesis driven problem solving Slide 13 of 39. Tools The 5 Whys method 2,Problem Unsatisfied client. 1 Why is our client unhappy,Because we did not deliver our services on time.
2 Why were we unable to meet the agreed upon timeline. The job took much longer than we thought,3 Why did the job take longer. Because we underestimated the complexity of the job. 4 Why did we underestimate the complexity of the job. We made a quick estimate of the time needed to complete it and did not list the individual stages. needed to complete the project,5 Why did we not do this. Because we were running behind on other projects, Root cause We need to review our time estimation and specification procedures. 2006 01 30 Hypothesis driven problem solving Slide 14 of 39. Tools The 5 Whys method 3,Turn to the person next to you. Use the 5 Whys method to find the root cause,to the following problem.
One of you has failed your HCI exam,Take notes of your discussions. 2006 01 30 Hypothesis driven problem solving Slide 15 of 39. Our approach to problem solving 8 2006 01 30 Hypothesis driven problem solving Slide 8 of 39 A general framework Hypothesis driven amp fact based problem solving 1 What s the problem 2 What s probably a solution 3 Analyze facts and data behind the problem 4 Present the solution primary focus today 9 2006 01 30 Hypothesis driven problem solving Slide 9 of 39 1 What s the problem

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