The starting point for any project-based improvement effort, your Problem Statement should be a concise description of the issue to be solved. Sounds simple, right? But using this fundamental tool correctly is a common stumbling block amongst practitioners, PMI Senior Consultant Damion Albinson tells us.
So set your project up for success from the very start; join us as Damion shares real examples of what a problem statement is and isn’t, and how to make sure you get it right.
Join Susannah and Damion in the studio as they discuss selecting a problem as a crucial starting point for project-based improvement methods. You’ll hear about:
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