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  What's  Breakthrough Thinking    - 7 Principles -
   
 

Creative and productive power can come from applying the principles of breakthrough thinking to every problem that you encounter.

  • Uniqueness principle.

Each problem is unique and may require a unique solution.
  • Purposes principle.

Focusing on and expanding a purpose strips away non-essential aspects of a problem.
  • Solution-after-next principle.

Having a target solution in the future give direction to near-term solutions and infuses them with larger purposes.
  • Systems principle.

Having a clear framework of what elements comprise a solution ensures its work ability.
  • Limited information collection principle.

Excessive data gathering may create an expert in the problem area, but knowing too much about it will prevent the discovery of excellent alternative.
  • People design principle.

Those who will carry out the solution should be intimately and continuously involved in its development.
  • Betterment timeline principle.

The only way to preserve the vitality of a solution is to build in and then monitor a program of continual change.