RAPID PROBLEM SOLVING WITH POST-IT NOTES BY DAVID STRAKER

This is a resource book that you only want to read if you can directly apply it to the process you need it with. Justin Bacon rated it really liked it Sep 07, Eye-opening on how adding structure to a group discussion can help to quickly arrive at concrete results. I have been looking for alternative methods to the traditional brainstorming that would still allow everyone to have input and feel ownership in the process, so I’m interested in trying the post-up the first piece of his technique. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Paperback , pages. Aqsa rated it really liked it Dec 29,

There are no discussion topics on this book yet. I have been looking for alternative methods to the traditional brainstorming that would still allow everyone to have input and feel ownership in the process, so I’m interested in trying the post-up the first piece of his technique. Great for individuals, great for groups–large or small. This is a very visual book unsurprising given its main idea is based on visual discussion and it’s really easy to pick up the points and ideas quickly. You have the Post-Up and Swap-Out for general information gathering and sorting, the Top-Down and Bottom-Up for either generating or coalescing data, and you have the Information Map and the Action Map, either for finding commonality between the disparate or creating flow.

Justin Bacon rated it really liked it Sep 07, However, trying to read them versus practicing them may be the problem–if I were in a position to try out each step I might have been able to more clearly understand the descriptions.

rapid problem solving with post-it notes by david straker

Mar 29, Lori Grant rated it it was amazing Shelves: The Post-up-Provides methods for getting information into chunks The Swap Sort-Shows listing and organization methods The Top-down Tree-Works when the nature of the problem is unknown The Information Map-Maps messy problems and complex relationships The Action Map-Plans actions or maps an existing process More than 70 diagrams and examples for solving everyday problems This refreshing book reminds us the simplest ideas are often the most effective.

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Books by David Straker. Everything else in the book needs to left unread. Accurate title, and more useful seeming than it sounds.

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The material has me stumped in many sections. Feb 07, Sandy H rated it liked it Shelves: Eye-opening on how adding structure to a group discussion can help to quickly arrive at concrete results. I’m torn about how much value I got out of this book. I use Post-it R notes frequently to outline my ebooks, books, and other documentation so I thought sollving would help me refine the process.

rapid problem solving with post-it notes by david straker

This is a very visual book unsurprising given its main idea is post-jt on visual discussion and it’s really easy to pick up the points and ideas quickly. Impress your friends at parties and meetings. Small but so powerful.

The book could have been about half the length and still gotten the idea across. Mark Stdaker rated it really liked it Dec 08, Straker describes several protocols for using sticky notes to gather ideas from everyone involved at once, and then rearrange them with In any case, although hardly groundbreaking, it has some nice prompts to use to get our thoughts organised for decision-making and problem solving.

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Gary Cohen rated it liked it Jul 04, This is a resource book wiith you only want to read if you can directly apply it to the process you need it with. This is a straight-forward guide to organizing ideas on post-it notes that can be a great help to larger student groups brainstorming their ideas.

Great for individuals, great for groups–large or small.

Rapid Problem Solving With Post-it Notes

Thanks for telling us about the problem. Nothing mind blowing, but pretty good techniques for brainstorming using the flexibility of post-its. This is his third book. A lot of it felt self-explanatory so it could probably have been an even shorter and quicker read. The swap sort to figure out priorities and some method of moving the notes into flow charts in various ways could be very useful.

Leslie Perkins rated it did not like it Apr 27, I was hoping for something that would help me facilitate problem-solving and decision-making sessions with groups, and just didn’t find this to be useful for that purpose.

OK – a viable toolset that rapod left me leaving short for the time spent reading it. Aqsa rated it really liked it Dec 29, Darrell Griffin rated it it was amazing Jan 22, The text was lackluster. There were 4 pages of diagrams that did help with modeling some problem solving. Krista rated it liked it Rapie 17,

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