Problem identification is not simply a matter of vigilance and quality assurance. It is more a matter of several complementary factors including personal interest, functional perspective, cross functional cooperation, big picture thinking, intra-organizational partnerships, and operational efficiency.
Many situations generate problems in a work environment. We identified several of these above. An abbreviated way of looking at these is to realize that last year’s solution is this year’s problem. Change occurs so rapidly today that problem generation has become a permanent fixture in the landscape of modern enterprise management. You might say that while everything else is changing about us, problem generation had remained a constant challenge to manager and executive alike.
Identifying the Core Activities of RFP Development
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