Mastering the Art of Problem-Solving: Career Tips for Digital Transformation Job Roles

About the Webinar

Digital transformation is a major trend in business, with the majority of companies pursuing digitization projects. But the trend comes with a risk: many digital transformation projects are using technology to automate wasteful business processes instead of making them more efficient. It’s essential to solve problems before creating digital solutions.

Join Dr. Len Bertain, CEO of Consortium of Problem Solvers, as he shows you:

  • The Five Pillars of Problem Solving
  • The 5/67 Rule of Problem Solving
  • The 120/20 Rule of Profit
  • Why empowered teams are the key to problem solving
  • When process should align to strategy, and when strategy should align to process

The webinar will include a live Q&A with Len.

About the Author

Len Bertain has solved problems for over 200 CEO’s with a focus on 100 to 1 ROI solutions. He directs his efforts to correct inefficiencies and and improve profitability in client businesses. Len has generated over $1 Billion in first-year profits from over 200 clients by applying these problem solving principles on a direct, hands-on basis. The client companies have ranged from as small as 10 people up to Fortune 100 companies.

Len is the co-author of “5/67 Problem Solving: How to solve Wicked Problems...correctly,” the seminal book on solving business problems and optimizing business results.He holds a Ph.D. in Physics from the University of Nevada in Low Energy Nuclear Physics and a B.S. in Physics and Math from St. Mary’s College of California.

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