Monday, 24 March 2008

How do you recruit support to help find solutions to wicked problems?

Remembering the definition of a "wicked problem" (technical term, see: - roughly speaking a "wicked problem" is one that has no definitive formulation, in other words you don't know precisely what the problem is until after it has been solved.)... how can you or I recruit people to work on wicked problems?

How do we go about recruiting people to work on problems with no definitive formulation?

1 comment:

Jeff Conklin said...

“Some problems are so complex that you have to be highly intelligent and well informed just to be undecided about them.”
--Laurence J. Peter

Besides being intelligent and well informed, it probably helps to have a high tolerance for ambiguity, and a good sense of humor!! :-)