Faced with the complex challenges of the 21st century, organizations all over the world are, increasingly, seeking workers with strong problem-solving abilities, argue Charles Conn and Robert McLean. Yet such people remain in short supply. The authors share the seven-step problem-solving approach they developed at McKinsey & Company that can help you transform your life, your organization and the world around you. Fueled by the belief that problem-solvers are “made not born,” they aim to empower you to tackle problems of all scales with creativity and confidence.
About the Authors
Charles Conn is a co-founder of Monograph Capital and the former CEO of Oxford Sciences Innovation. Rob McLean is McKinsey & Company’s director emeritus.
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