I had read an article a while back titled ‘Detroit forcing business to remove large “billboards” from their buildings.’ The two things I found troubling with this situation portrayed in the article were 1) the companies with these advertisements are bringing in a lot of money to the businesses, which is good for the city, but also 2) the decision to remove the signs is based on an outdated law. Read more
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In part four of my six part series, I am going to discuss the importance of problem definition. This is one of the topics I am most passionate about and will sure to be expanding upon in other posts.
The term “scope creep” is often used in business and we all know what it is, but do we really? In my experience leading various process improvement activities or new project management initiatives, I have come across at least three different problems that are often grouped together and classified as “scope creep.” I want to discuss a different concept that I call “solution creep” as a way to rethink these distinct problems and give some insight on how your can prevent your solution from creeping.