Four Tools to Help You Think Outside the Box
Whether you’re in finance, operations, marketing, customer service or any other discipline, you may sometimes find yourself in a rut. Maybe you’re trying to find a new way to price a product, or a new way to present information to your board. Perhaps you need a different approach to scheduling or conducting staff meetings. One of the reasons we get stuck is that our normal methods are predictable; our surroundings are stale. Sometimes, we need to shake things up a bit to get some new ideas flowing. On those days when you need to "un-stick" your thinking, here are a few exercises to get your juices flowing.
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