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Rapid Problem Solving with Post It Notes Problem Solved Uses your favorite top drawer tool the Post it Note Great for individuals great for groups large or small Problems come in all shapes and sizes yet most have common characteristics that can be addressed with the techniues found in this book Rapid Problem Solving with Post it Notes shows you how to use six types of techniuesThe Post up Provides methods for getting information into chunks The Swap Sort Shows listing and organization methods The Top down Tree Works when the nature of the problem is unknown The Information Map Maps messy problems and complex relationships The Action Map Plans actions or maps an existing processMore than 70 diagrams and examples for solving everyday problems This refreshing book reminds us the simplest ideas are often the most effective Solve problems create solutions and find answers fast all with the help of Post it Notes Tens of millions of Post it®Notes users can now learn how to do far with these great little tools Post it Notes can be used to help solve difficult problems because theyAre the right size to hold one piece of information from a problem Are easily to attached to flat surfaces and stay put Can be moved and reattached many times

  • Paperback
  • 176 pages
  • Rapid Problem Solving with Post It Notes
  • David Straker
  • English
  • 06 October 2014
  • 9781555611422

10 thoughts on “Rapid Problem Solving with Post It Notes

  1. Joey Joey says:

    Super uick read Nothing mind blowing but pretty good techniues for brainstorming using the flexibility of post its

  2. Julie Julie says:

    This is a straight forward guide to organizing ideas on post it notes that can be a great help to larger student groups brainstorming their ideas It also gives them a few options in choosing how to best organize those ideasbut in the age of working on google docs this is not essential reading

  3. Kasey Wang Kasey Wang says:

    Seems outdated Nothing I didn't already know from UX work There were 4 pages of diagrams that did help with modeling some problem solving If it were a book filled with these diagrams then maybe The text was lackluster

  4. Sandy H Sandy H says:

    The initial concept was somewhat interesting if not expensive you'd go through piles of post its to use this method but if it works and you have the budget for it that would be a valuable expense However many of the methods seemed very complicated However trying to read them versus practicing them may be the problem if I were in a position to try out each step I might have been able to clearly understand the descriptions I have been looking for alternative methods to the traditional brainstorming that would still allow everyone to have input and feel ownership in the process so I'm interested in trying the post up the first piece of his techniue The swap sort to figure out priorities and some method of moving the notes into flow charts in various ways could be very useful

  5. Paul Baldowski Paul Baldowski says:

    I'm torn about how much value I got out of this book In practice it does serve up a valuable if very focussed guide to use of Post ItTM Notes in defining sorting prioritising and giving structure to knowledge You have the Post Up and Swap Out for general information gathering and sorting the Top Down and Bottom Up for either generating or coalescing data and you have the Information Map and the Action Map either for finding commonality between the disparate or creating flow It all makes sense but I'm not sure whether it needed to be Post ItTM Note focussed or uite so longOK a viable toolset that somehow left me leaving short for the time spent reading it

  6. Catherine Catherine says:

    I use Post it R notes freuently to outline my ebooks books and other documentation so I thought this would help me refine the process I also teach using Post it R notes in my writing seminars The material has me stumped in many sections This is a resource book that you only want to read if you can directly apply it to the process you need it with Everything else in the book needs to left unread

  7. Steve Goodyear Steve Goodyear says:

    I really enjoyed this book and the ideas it gave me It really added some nice tools to my toolbox for my creative process I find it helps me develop focus or find a new way of looking at a problem and I find the process great for brainstorming ideas as well He did a great job writing the book so the ideas are easy to digest and begin to practice as well as use it as a reference to refresh myself on different techniues later

  8. Andrea James Andrea James says:

    This is a very visual book unsurprising given its main idea is based on visual discussion and it's really easy to pick up the points and ideas uicklyA lot of it felt self explanatory so it could probably have been an even shorter and uicker read In any case although hardly groundbreaking it has some nice prompts to use to get our thoughts organised for decision making and problem solving

  9. Onekerato Onekerato says:

    Brilliant short book based on the idea that a post it note can hold just enough content to capture one detail of a problem and the book presents several structuring techniues to arrange post it notes to work out solutions to the problem Eye opening on how adding structure to a group discussion can help to uickly arrive at concrete results

  10. Alix Alix says:

    I'm not sure if I didn't really internalize the tools in this book or if it just wasn't what I wanted I was hoping for something that would help me facilitate problem solving and decision making sessions with groups and just didn't find this to be useful for that purpose

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