Start identifying and aligning on the key problems your organisation should focus on before committing time and money into production.
Organisations are good at problem solving, but what they struggle with is figuring out what the most important problems are in the first place.
In a Harvard Business Review survey, 106 C-suite executives who represented 91 private and public-sector companies in 17 countries found that a full 85% strongly agreed or agreed that their organizations were bad at problem diagnosis, and 87% strongly agreed or agreed that this flaw carried significant costs.
The question then to ask is: How might we start solving the diagnosis of critical problems?
Discovering critical business problems, challenging and prioritising them and then reframing as opportunities, enables teams to start solving the right problems - fast.
Problem Definition helps to brief the team on the work they need to execute, rather than tying together the problem and solution in the early stages of work definition.
Following battle-tested frameworks, Etch do without the endless debate cycle and compresses months of time into just a few days.
Validate assumptions and ideas with both your team and customers without the expense and time of building and launching.
Etch enables teams to test out big ideas that help the business make giant leaps toward innovation.
The Etch Problem Definition workshop is our solution to enabling organisations to perform better by diagnosing the right problems, fast.
Stop wasting money on vanity projects. The engagement includes:
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