Defining the problem or the risk is important. How many of the following hold true in this regard?
a) Time is money, hurry up.
b) Situations change, stick to the first analysis.
c) Some decisions should be left to fate.
d) Most often, fast decisions are better.
Question 2 (1 point)
How many of the following hold true for risk or problem definitions?
a) Redefining problems weakens the outcome as it removes stability.
b) Narrow problem definitions avoid the problem of expansive thinking.
c) It is bad to give short shrift to a problem definition.
d) You can get better data by not wasting time on the problem definition.
e) You should verify that there are no constraints in your problem definition.