But life is never clear, explicit and straightforward. In today’s knowledge economy, we’re hired to solve problems that are vague, ambiguous and complicated.
For most of us, our education system has prepped us for clear, explicit and straightforward. A multiple choice question implies that the answer is in the question, the case studies we discuss have pre-determined answers and the assignments we work on have pre-defined outcomes.
It’s not surprising then that most of us struggle at the workplace.
What do you do when there’s no one to tell you how to solve a problem?
You blame your boss because you expect a […]