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Bad problem solving costs individuals and society incalculable amounts of time, money, and sanity. In this book Nat Greene--who's been solving hard problems professionally for over twenty years--shares nine behaviors anyone can adopt to find solutions to even the most seemingly intractable problems.
The problem with most probl
Published April 3rd 2017 by Berrett-Koehler Publishers
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Apr 15, 2018Aleksandar rated it it was amazing
I picked this book up together with a bunch of other books from a Humble Book Bundle, and decided to just try a random one based on how interesting it sounded. Why this book? Well, who doesn't want to get better at solving problems?
I can positively say that I didn't think I would learn as much as I did. This book is chock full of insights, and has honed the way I look at problems. It's immediately applicable to work situations, but also to anyone's personal life, which is what makes this book so
I listened to the audio book and I was hopeful at the beginning and quickly disappointed.
I was expecting more concrete examples and better examples and stories of how to solve problems.
The most memorable thing that I took away from the book is that relying on “experts” can sometimes be counter productive.
I have a hard time recommending this book.
May 04, 2020Arthur Cravan rated it did not like it
Nat isn't a very good writer, which is forgivable, but he also isn't a very good teacher, which is far less forgivable in the context of a book like this. The book is repetitive to the point of frustration, which I don't think he intended, but it also feels knowingly padded out, as if he did have an inkling that he didn't have a full book here, & tried to fluff it up to hide this. It doesn't work.
As far as the 'bad teacher' aspect of it, I found I could (usually) ultimately understand what he's
The most valuable piece of this book to me was the way this approach to problem solving distinguishes between guessing/opinions and facts. I hadn't really thought about all of the examples in the book and how they related to guessing in my everyday life.
It would have been great to have a bit more time spent in the beginning of the book explaining what a complex problem is. I got this by the end with the examples presented, but I was initially confused.
I also really liked the diagram at the end t
Apr 12, 2017Jim rated it really liked it
One can tell after just a few pages that this book was written by someone with an engineering background, and I do not mean that to be derogatory it is just noticeable. With that said this book provides a problem solving primer for new ways to address problems. The title of the book is spot on and Mr. Greene provides concrete examples on how to do just that and stop guessing and solve the problem.
The book started out strong and I really liked the idea of focusing on behaviour rather than methods. The first couple of chapters were both enlightening and concrete.
However, as I made progress in the book I felt that to truly explain and teach the behaviours, which Nat tries to do, you need examples of both behaviours and methods. Here is where I wanted more.. the book subjectively talks about other methods and why they won’t work but rarely gives any good examples of others that do. And when
May 11, 2017Elizabeth Johnson rated it it was amazing
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I consider myself a mediocre problem-solver, and am always looking for ways to improve, so Greene's book caught my attention. It was a fast read, but chock-full of practical advice and helpful illustrations (his and other's) which demonstrate effective problem-solving skills in action. Greene starts out by laying the foundation for why many popular problem-solving methods are ineffective, and why it should matter to us. He makes a point of continually tying the more abstract ideas to very practi...more
I've been working in the field of quality and continuous improvement for a decade and this is hands down the best book on problem solving I have ever read!
It's made me look back on projects I've run or been involved in and think 'well now it's obvious why we didn't succeed', hindsight is feeling a little painful right now.
I love that this book deals with behaviors rather than methods, different methods work for different problems/groups but behaviors work for everyone.
This book would be useful
Jul 10, 2017jared ackerman rated it it was amazing · review of another edition
I wish this was written years ago.
I've had a couple success's solving problems before they ballooned into disasters. I realize after reading this book that if I would have taken a step back to smell the problem and identify what it was that I was trying to solve I might have saved some money and honed my skills.
No matter! I really enjoyed this book and I believe it will be on my list to reread in 6 months or so to pick out some more tidbits that I may have missed.
This short book makes the main point, “Stop Guesing”, perfectly clear. If you need a detailed how-to, the author gives a few pointers on problem solving methods to consider. However, no hand-holding here — just remember to Stop Guessing and get the facts instead.
Oct 27, 2020Kursad Albayraktaroglu rated it liked it
This short book on problem solving did not have conjure brand-new ideas for me, but the examples from the author's engineering career were interesting and provided useful insights. Definitely worth reading for anyone who has to solve technical problems for a living....more
Sep 06, 2017Brenda Christensen rated it really liked it
A quick read with some good stories and ideas to help you get better at approaching problems (of all kinds) and solving them.
Jun 17, 2018Aaron Stroman rated it really liked it
Pointed out some behavior I would like to improve on when troubleshooting.
Very practical guidance to problem solving: ask the right questions, analyze, use data, and keep it simple
Clear, short and reminds you to stop guessing.....
Nov 19, 2020Cory rated it really liked it · review of another edition
Good read, describing some common problems, easy and hard. I liked the method and steps he used. However, there was very little to take away with something to do. I think that was on purpose to.
Generally, I stubbornly finish books even if I can't stand them. This is one that I put down. Maybe I'll take another look at it later, but I'm finding it dreadfully boring.
It's not that there isn't good advice in it, but up to page 110, I've found it all incredibly surface level stuff.
If you find you're frustrated that the solutions you try to implement never seem to work, maybe it's a good read to get you thinking about *how to think practically.* But to me it feels shallow and drawn out (even
Aug 13, 2018Nikki rated it really liked it · review of another edition
To start off, I want to recommend a book I recent read a very interesting book on problem solving by Nat Greene. In Stop Guessing, the author outlined 9 behaviors need by problem solvers. At first, considering myself a very good problem solver, I expected a dry book on problem solving methodologies. Well I have to say I was pleasantly surprised that Greene opened my closed mind to problem solving pitfalls (and solutions) that would greatly improve my ability to develop solutions to root problems...more
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