The road to wisdom?
Well it’s plain
and simple to express:
and err again
I hope you’ve liked all the note taking involved in the last hour because the method of troubleshooting in this hour involves a great deal more of it.
Treating a complex problem usually involves a lot of note taking because you have to fill in the gaps where your understanding of the problem is incomplete. Up until now, you’ve treated problems the way you treat a multiple-choice test—with change analysis, divisive reasoning, and matching. Now, we’re talking about a fill-in-the-blank test, and it gets a little bit harder; this is the hour in which you have to wade through the ...