“You find yourself sitting at your desk, frustrated by the fact that every solution you generate just doesn’t seem right or seems too similar to the failed solution before it. Later that evening, while trying your best to describe the complexity of the challenge to your friend, the solution presents itself to both of you. Why does this happen?” wonders US management professor David Burkus.
He explores why the act of sharing your frustrations yields the necessary insight.
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