When negative situations arise, there are times when an organization must change its mission and vision to accommodate a new direction. Although change is often hard to communicate and implement, it can be done without you wanting to pull your hair out! .
In this month’s Messenger, Practical Problem Solving, Part 2, we finish our look at the seven step process to successfully solving problems. After we’ve gathered information regarding the problem, we must analyze each alternative, make a decision and gain commitment from those involved, make plans to implement the new strategy, and evaluate and make adjustments. I hope you enjoy it!