The purpose of this article is to show the importance of being known as a problem solver.
The article lists questions for determining the extent to which one may consider themselves a tenacious problem solver and then discusses each as a valid indicator and how to position oneself as a problem solver relative to that question.
If you assume that every problem has a perfect solution and work towards finding that solution you will be actively engaged in continuous improvement.
The article is a valuable tool for reviewing whether you and/or your staff are working toward continuously improvement or just maintaining the status quo.
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