If your business never ran into problems, you would be ruling the planet as some megacorporation by now. Until that glorious and fearful day arrives though, Glenn Llopis writes for Forbes with four of the best ways to solve problems.
Transparent communication tops the list. When people do not speak up about issues for fear of reprimand, everyone suffers, including the worrywart. Likewise, break down silos, and know where your “workplace dots” connect so that groups stay in the loop with each other. Accomplishing these two requires you to employ open-minded people who get excited by risk instead of intimidated. Finally, a solid foundational strategy must underlie any problem, in which you remove any guesswork and assess what opportunities the challenge brings. You can read the full article here: http://www.forbes.com/sites/glennllopis/2013/11/04/the-4-most-effective-ways-leaders-solve-problems/