A great way to uncover the root cause of any problem is to go through the “Five Whys” exercise 😁 “Five Whys” is a technique that was developed by Toyota to identify manufacturing issues and solve them in the most effective and efficient way possible 😉 The way you start is to articulate the problem you’re facing 😊 In terms of corporate strategy, that’s typically a surface level issue like losing market share or declining sales. With the “Five Whys” technique, the goal is to ask “why” five times to help you dig deeper and deeper to uncover the root cause of the problem. 
You have spent some time on this problem and you are eager to get it solved. It is important that you take a step back and examine the issue to determine if it is something you want to put your focus on. Perhaps you’ll decide now is not the time to solve it. Your chances of success are low if your alliance has suffered from bad press. Or perhaps solving the problem
You might be forced to ignore another goal of your agency right now. Perhaps this issue could be handled more effectively by an existing agency. 
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Declare how the problem/solution text structure is an organisation pattern in which information within a passage can be expressed as a concern or dilemma (a problem), and then something that could be or should have been done to resolve this problem (solution, attempt solution). It may appear that the problem-solution text structure is easy to recognize, however it is often difficult because of the similarity in relational structures. If you look at the passage carefully and search for both the problem and the solution, then you will be able to tell the difference between cause and effects. Solutions to any negative occurrences within the passage but rather just explain why or how they happen
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The normal way to resolve a problem is to first define it. It is important to determine what your goal is and then write it down. Many people hold the problem in their minds as a fuzzy idea. They can get lost in solving it and end up with no solutions. Writing down your problem will force you to reflect on what you really want and the problems you have to solve. This is not just about writing the problem down, it also involves confirming that the answer you have chosen to give is correct. This is an important step to make sure you don’t answer side issues or solve only the most difficult part of your problem. Many people use the quickest solution to the initial problem without taking the time to verify that the correct one is being used. Shaquina Peteson, October 24, 2020.