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Practice Functional Curiosity, Not Judgement

Functional Curiosity

Great problem solvers are made, not born. We have found after decades of problem solving with leaders across business and non-profit sectors these leaders tend to have a common mindset and set of strategies; they learn to adopt a particularly open and curious mindset, and adhere to a systematic process for resolving even the most challenging problems. And when conditions of chaos and uncertainty exist, they are at their best.
Five mutually reinforcing problem solving strategies seem to underly their success.