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Utilizing Simple Tasks for Success

When things are going smoothly, we can complete multiple steps and complete a project without consciously thinking about the steps.  However, this approach can prevent us from using critical thinking and staying on task.  We end up jumping between steps, as opposed to following a systematic approach and answering the simple questions first, and then moving forward.   This is very common struggle for individuals working on tasks that require critical thinking such as root cause analysis, process improvement initiatives or risk management.  What I have found while training for 20 years is that people have the ability, and at some level use most of the tools within the sessions I train them on.  What is lacking, in general, is the discipline and patience to use the tools in an efficient and systematic manner. 

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