Why it may be better NOT to address root cause of a problem

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Why it may be better NOT to address root cause of a problem

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Why it may be better NOT to address root cause of a problem

Problems are like opportunities in that not all of them should be addressed. Sometimes, for reasons of cost, risk, benefits and other opportunities, it is necessary to leave the root cause of some problems unresolved to focus on other things.



Original: http://www.kepner-tregoe.com/blog/why-it-may-be-better-not-to-address-root-cause-of-a-problem/

By:Jeng Yi Choong 
Posted: September 26, 2017, 2:00 pm

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