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Oktober 22, 15.00-17.00
To Solve Your Toughest Problems, Change the Problems You Solve
Every day you face problems that need solving, and the coronavirus has turned everyone into problem-solvers, at work and at home.
But are you and your people solving the right problems? According to Thomas Wedell-Wedellsborg, author of the just-published book “What’s Your Problem?” from Harvard Business Review Press, 85% of companies say their people too often jump into solution mode. As a consequence, we waste our much-needed energy on the wrong things.
The answer is reframing.
Join us at this NOCA event, where Thomas Wedell-Wedellsborg will share a method for solving the right problems that he has honed through his work with clients such as Cisco, Microsoft, Citigroup, and the Wall Street Journal. Crucially, the method can be used quickly – an imperative for the present moment, as nobody has time to waste. Come learn a new way of thinking that just might save your business – or as former Google CEO Eric Schmidt put it, “If you want the superpower of solving better problems, read this book.”
Through NOCA, I have built a strong and relevant network with other major companies in Denmark. Here I get inspiration and discussion.
Anne Bisbjerg Lee, Novozymes
NOCA’s network gives a great deal of value both in my job and also to the entire Lillebælt Hospital
Mette Jacobsen, Lillebælt Hospital
This years Learning Expedition made it particularly clear how even major world leading companies in these times must invest heartedly in both product innovation and the reduction of climate footprints. The importance of this development for the HR area was presented to NOCA with great openness and created exciting dialogues amongst the Danish delegation. I look forward to the next Learning Expedition.
Peter Stolt, CBS Executive