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Rapid Problem Solving With Post-it Notes by David Straker
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Feb 07, 2012

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Read from May 03 to 08, 2012

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 more 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 technique). The swap sort to figure out priorities and some method of moving the notes into flow charts in various ways could be very useful.

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