Integrated problem solving

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In practice integrated problem solving means that:

  • Understanding the problem and solving the problem happen at the same time, not sequentially.
  • Preliminary information is released early; information flow is not delayed until complete information is available.
  • Information is transmitted frequently in small batches, not all at once in a large batch.
  • Information flows in two directions not just one.
  • The preferred media for transmitting information is face-to-face communication as opposed to documents.

Lean Software Development: An Agile Toolkit by Mary and Tom Poppendieck

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