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Latest revision as of 13:00, 11 May 2018

…during a lightning talk or any other conversation you get an insight or hear pain points.

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Putting team members in the right spirit to frame insights as opportunities generates energy and helps people to build on each other’s ideas.


Therefore:

When you hear pain points, reframe them as opportunities by starting with “How may we…”

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Facts about "How may we"
Goalput team members in the right spirit to frame insights as opportunities +
SoWhen you hear pain points, reframe them as opportunities by starting with “How may we…” +
Wishput team members in the right spirit to frame insights as opportunities +