Problem-solving is not linear. It is an examination of an issue through a lens developed by the professional and personal experiences of others over time and is subject to different interpretations based on the experiences of those solving the problem with you.
Humaneers consistently is looking to explore the lenses of members of our team at Bigwidesky and dive into their experiences that shape them as professionals, who look to solve the problems of their clients on a daily basis.
This episode, hosted by Dan Pearce, we are joined by Bigwidesky Vice President, Chief Operating Officer, and new Humaneers co-host Eric Pratum, as we discuss how we, at Bigwidesky, utilize our experiences, in order to provide solutions to our clients, sometimes addressing problems that they did not even know that they had.
Are You There, Human? It’s Me, a Real Person.
Automation is a wonderful thing, and depending on the time and place, can be a lifesaver. But there’s often times where it feels too robotic, and not at all personal. If anything, it could feel like an insult. For example, let’s look at LinkedIn. If your LinkedIn is anything like mine, you get notifications for…