The second edition of Solve Problems together is now ready to order. Check below for how to get your copy!
One of the most difficult things for organizations is to solve problems collaboratively. People spend too much time trying to solve problems by themselves, sit quietly in meetings, or push their ideas on to others. It is first when we gather people and help them think together that they can start solving the critical and often very complex problems that face our organizations and our world.
Praise for the book
“We applied Solve Problems Together today on one of our challenges, and we found lots of underlying problems that were much bigger than the one we started with. Had we focused on just finding solutions then we never would have reached that insight.”
“I was given the opportunity to test some of your points yesterday. A Scrum Master in another team had fallen ill and I was asked if I could facilitate that team’s retrospective. With 35 min notice I accepted and I planned an agenda with some of your points in mind. It turned out beautifully, I think!”
“I tried out the first part of the book and it turned out really well. The participants noticed a huge difference, with a much better structure, more was discussed, and decided.”
This book is not about making your meetings more efficient or helping you have fewer meetings. It is about creating meetings where people feel focused, involved, open, and creative.
Solve Problems Together will give you visual tools to:
- Create a collaborative atmosphere.
- Lead complex discussions and problem-solving.
- Get clear outputs and decisions from all your meetings.
- Assess and plan your meetings to maximize their impact.
- Lead distributed meetings.
Second edition just arrived
The second edition contains clear tools and canvases to assess, improve and plan all your meetings. It also contain methods to run the most common types of meetings (e.g. information meetings) and distributed meetings. And lots more…
At the moment you can buy the second edition in Sweden from these bookstores: