Crea­tive problem solving

Do you know the saying, “not to see the wood for the trees”?

This is a very often encoun­te­red problem, which mostly can only be solved with the view from the outside. Over the years a so called routine-blind­ness creeps into the daily busi­ness and certain work­flows are not ques­tio­ned, because they have always been that way or alter­na­ti­ves are utterly unknown. This is where TCG as an outside viewer comes into play and pres­ents new perspec­tives and solu­ti­ons.

Ther­eby it is not exclu­si­vely about solving exis­ting problems, which have been iden­ti­fied as such, but possi­bly it may be the first step to iden­tify if and that there even is a problem or how and where an impro­ve­ment is feasi­ble. Of course I could brag about my above avarage IQ and point out my ability to capture complex issues/​processes and simplify them, but this would not convince you.

Since this is a special métier of mine (Tugberk Tasö­ren), I will perso­nally make you an offer you can’t refuse:

If I cannot solve a certain problem or make no sugges­tion for impro­ve­ment, which is econo­mi­c­ally feasi­ble, you do not have to pay any hono­ra­rium – except my expen­ses!