Chapter 6: Solution concepts
Problem-solving is being explained as first agreeing and enacting an appropriate set of organizing principles or solution concepts. The previous chapter explained how these concepts might be emerged from consultation. This chapter will explain what organizing or solution concepts are, and why and how they can provide creative order. Examples of useful concepts will be discussed, as will how and why they might be drafted into a Statement of Intent.
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