Tuesday, January 29, 2019

The Monthly “100 Digital Rules” Book Tuning: Problem-Solving Principle Jan. 2019

Fundamentally, every work is to deal with problems big or small both from long-term perspectives or on the daily basis. 

The purpose of “100 Digital Rules: Setting Guidelines to Explore Digital New Normal “ is to establish digital principles and update business policies that can be applied holistically and guide the digital transformation systematically. Digital rules are based on a set of fundamental beliefs behind the methodologies and they help to shape mindsets behind behaviors. Digital rules encourage mindfulness, authenticity, creativity, inclusiveness, and discourage static thinking, silo, and bureaucracy, help to accelerate collective human progress.

              


   Problem-Solving Principle


Five Problem-Solving prinicples? Fundamentally, every work is to deal with problems big or small both from long term perspectives or on the daily basis. And the business or societal progress is made via a healthy cycle of problem framing and problem-solving continuum. We all develop reputations for being problem creators, problem definers or problem solvers. To close the problem-solving capability gap, it is important to keep sharpening your problem-solving skills, always dig under the surface, and build a good reputation as a real problem-framer or problem-solver.

Following the "BASIC” Principles in Problem-Solving and Digital Transformation The digital transformation is now spreading rapidly to enable organizations of all shapes and sizes to reinvent themselves. It is the transformation that is reshaping our thinking and recasting the way we view ourselves, the systems of which we are the part of the environments in which we live, and the way we think and solve problems. To make a seamless digital transformation, it’s important to set guidelines and make updated rules for navigating through changes and steering the journey of digital transformation.

The New Book “100 Digital Rules - Setting Guidelines to Explore the Digital New Normal” Chapter IV Problem-Solving Rules Fundamentally, every work is to deal with problems big or small both from long-term perspectives or on the daily basis. To close the problem-solving capability gap, it is important to keep sharpening problem-solving skills, always dig under the surface, and build a great reputation as either problem-framer or problem-solver.

Do we Handle Problems at the Level of the Mindset, or Shall We? We live in a rapidly changing digital era full of paradox: on the one side, the human world is running at internet speed, the physical distance is no longer the barrier to separate the world, the information is only a click away, the knowledge cycle is significantly shortened; on the other hand, people’s minds, mainly shaped in their early age, with change inertia, are far lagging behind the era we live in, they turn to be the true obstacle to distance the heart and stop human progress. And it is also the deep root cause for many business and societal problems. So would it be possible to handle the problems at the level of the mindset, but how.

Three Digital Mandates Due to the increasing pace of changes and continuous digital disruptions, either fast-growing businesses or well-established organizations have to continuously adapt and speed up, proactively build business competency and fine tune the organizational changeability. The digital world is so information-intensive and technology-driven, with blurred territories and hyperconnected nature, Digitalization implies the full-scale changes in the way that the business is conducted. Here are three digital mandates for steering business ships in the right directions and charting the path to significant business transformation.

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