Case Study Based Solution
Are you a team leader looking for a case study based solution? Perhaps you are trying to solve a problem that has been around for years. Maybe case study analysis you just want to know more about your product or service. In any case, there is a need for case-s tudy assistance.
As the product owner, you are in charge of developing solutions to the problems your customers have. Often times, it is at this critical point in time when you need some outside help in order to get your information and analysis into actionable items to use in your product development activities.
One important concept that you must know about “the funnel.” This term represents the process of conducting your research, gathering your data, and putting your results into action. It also represents the job of an issue tracker, who keeps track of all the issues as they arise during the development process. I define the activity of an issue tracker as a “coding” job.
As a matter of fact, I would argue that sometimes, it is the process that causes issues. Sometimes the issues arise from the assumptions that were made in the “harnessing” process. Then again, it is the actual implementation of the information that causes issues.
The challenge is that sometimes, we spend too much time going through the funnel and then when we actually get to the point of implementing our knowledge, we can’t seem to find it. There is also a very good chance that the actions that were taken, did not work. In such cases, we tend to put off what we can’t do and spend more time on what we can do. In addition, we usually spend more time correcting the flaws or applying more of what we already know.
We all know how difficult it is to remain focused when the world is moving at full speed. As a result, we often fall into a reactive mode. Instead of designing solutions that work, we revert back to the old ways. For example, we might use trial and error to arrive at a conclusion before we consider, test, and measure whether or not the conclusions fit the data that we have collected.
Let’s look at another similar situation. You are working on a project that is highly anticipated by the company, but after working on it for several months, you find out that it simply does not work. In addition, you may even find out that the people didn’t really understand the problem and therefore cannot put it into place. In other words, their job was to identify the problem and they failed to do so.
The next step is to re-design the design and include the changes that will fix the problem. We then need to find out why the problem wasn’t fixed. In other words, we have to dig deeper and find out what was wrong with the original design and make sure that it will be repaired. At this point, we may want to stop working on the problem and focus on making the change, because we now know the problem exists.
If you have looked at the funnel and found that it was the cause of the problem, then you are ready to identify the critical errors that you made. However, we all make mistakes. Most of the time, the mistakes are made because we either don’t care enough, or we weren’t working fast enough to ensure that we identified the mistake. Unfortunately, some of the mistakes are made for the same reasons that the first one was made – we tend to put the cart before the horse.
One thing that can help is to pay attention to the questions that you ask in your case study. You want to make sure that you ask them “why,” and then follow it up with “how.” For example, if you asked the questions “Why is it that I don’t understand this concept?” and “How can I make sure that I use this knowledge effectively?”
Take the time to use your question and follow it up with the answer. In the end, you will have a “softer” version of the original concept. and that is always a good thing!