KT Clear Thinking Blog

People Problems: Who’s to blame?

Begin to find the cause of a problem by asking what happened, not who or what caused it.

 

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Simulation Based Training - The Value of Learning by Doing

Simulations offer a safe place to practice new skills. KT’s web-based, simulation training teaches root cause analysis (RCA) using the renowned KT processes

 

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Top 5 Kepner-Tregoe Blogs for 2016

Get links to the most popular blog posts about problem solving and decision making. What was hot for 2016 on the Kepner-Tregoe website

 

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The Puzzle of Problem Solving

The thinking and flow of solving jigsaw puzzles and complex problems are quite similar. A troubleshooter’s insights on effective problem solving

 

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Three surprising reasons why your first call resolution metrics may indicate performance problems!

High first call resolution rates are deceptive. 3 things to know about high FCR rates.

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The Top 5 Reasons Companies Ignore Root Cause Analysis

Do you recognize these excuses for avoiding finding true cause in your organization? Understand the barriers to using RCA to better overcome them.

 

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Who Should be Involved in Making Decisions?

Ask 5 key questions to involve the right people in decision making. Research shows that using these guidelines will double the success of your key decisions.

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Happy Holidays from Kepner-Tregoe

Seasons greetings and best wishes for the coming year.

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What binds ITSM and ITIL® to Agile and DevOps?

Where do ITSM and ITIL fit into Agile/DevOps? In a world where every company is a tech company, ultimately its what delivers value to the customer.

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How to drive quality as an integrated approach?

Fokker Aerostructures, whose components are in Airbus and Boeing, offers lessons to any industry on quality improvement, change management and teamwork

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