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Effective problem solving is equal parts art and science. In this book, Craig Cochran shows how to master both sides of the problem-solving coin by explaining the process step by step. Have you ever wondered why problem-solving efforts that start out strong, with motivated team members and supportive managers, fizzle out before they produce any benefits? Or why it can be so hard to stick with a problem until it’s solved? Craig Cochran will explain the answers.
This straightforward book is ideal for managers with long-standing business problems, as well as front-line employees who are often intimately familiar with dealing with them. Topics covered include:
About the Author
Craig Cochran is the North Metro Regional Manager with Georgia Tech's Economic Development Institute. He has an MBA from the University of Tennessee and a bachelor's degree in industrial management from the Georgia Institute of Technology. Cochran is a Certified Quality Manager, Certified Quality Engineer, and Certified Quality Auditor through the American Society for Quality. He is certified as a QMS Lead Auditor through RABQSA.