Problem Solving Techniques

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Situation: Tim Robinson works as a consultant with Assured Results Corporation. The company has an account with Oris Incorporation to provide them with management solutions. Tim is having a meeting with a manager, Greg Evans, regarding some problems with the implementation at Oris Incorporation.

Put yourself in Tim's shoes. Think you could help Greg solve his problems?

Greg says: "Tim, the managers are recruited internally for each new project. Yet, the managers have not been able to deliver the expected results. What could be the reason behind this?"

Managers are not efficient

The team is not proficient in handling projects

Managers are not treated as superiors by the team