GA 066 | Practical Problem Solving: Part Three with Jon Miller

By Jessica Bush Updated on July 30th, 2021

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In the third part of our Practical Problem Solving podcast series, Jon and I discuss Step 5, developing countermeasures. If you missed parts one and two, be sure to listen to those as well.

An MP3 version of this episode is available for download here.

Update: For links to the remaining podcasts in the series, see the Podcast Resources section below.

In this episode you’ll learn:

  • A quote that inspires Jon (4:08)
  • Why we use the word “countermeasure” (6:42)
  • How to develop countermeasures (12:32)
  • The “Three B’s” to coming up with countermeasures (14:48)
  • When and how to shift from generating to organizing ideas (18:47)
  • What Set-Based Concurrent Engineering entails (27:03)
  • Where Jon sees people go wrong (31:24)
  • A sneak peek into Step 6, seeing countermeasures through (41:55)
  • How Jon’s book is coming along (43:12)

Podcast Resources

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