Thomas Wedell-Wedellsborg is a globally recognized expert on innovation and problem solving. He has shared and refined his reframing method with clients like Cisco, Microsoft, Citigroup, Time Warner, AbbVie, Caterpillar, Amgen, Prudential, Union Pacific, Credit Suisse, Deloitte, the Wall Street Journal, and the United Nations. What’s Your Problem is a fascinating book about reframing problems to identify and solve the right problem. I know I’m excited about this book!
You can purchase What’s Your Problem a variety of ways:
- If your local bookshop is open or is accepting online orders
- Try your local library for ebooks
- Amazon.com - though be careful, their order timeline for adult books is extended. The Kindle option is probably the cheapest.
- A PDF version is available from the publisher
In the 3rd week we will have at least one video conference call to discuss. Currently discussing with the author to have another session with their participation to answer questions and discuss the book.
Any general questions or improvement ideas go in the “Book Club best Practices” thread.
Great work putting this together - keep it up!
Unfortunately the most cost effective and quickest method doesn't have a delivery until 22 April due to the high demand on home shipping...not sure if anyone else is experiencing this challenge...
My recommendation is the Kindle version for the most cost effective. Amazon is having very reasonable delays in their shipments and supply chain as they focus on core Pandemic related material. Which means books are delayed. This would be an issue no matter what we chose.
I wanted to make sure that the books we chose have multiple electronic options available with all the shipping issues. This month's has both the Kindle and a pdf.
Stephen....can you help me with the credit on Audible....how do I get/purchase one credit....the Audible app is not intuitive to me. I know it is not your role to help, but please...? Thank you.
Several other useful resources there as well
If folks are doing examples of these, love to see them posted!
Thomas, the author, has agreed to do two webex discussions of his book on 21-Apr-2020 at 10 am and 7 p.m. EST. I will post details for these soon (I have to go and schedule the webex)
The plan is:
- Thomas to present a 5-7 minute key highlights
- 4-5 questions/discussion points from the forum either asked by a member or by the moderator (your choice but we really want to increase the )
- Open discussion
On Wednesday we'll be posting our original questions and discussion seeds, which will be a mixture from the author and ASQ.
Don't hesitate to start discussion the book and posting your discussion points now if you want!