10 Steps to Problem Solving for Engineers
Updated: Dec 6, 2020
With the official launch of the engineering book 10+1 Steps to Problem Solving: An Engineer's Guide it may be interesting to know that formalization of the concept began in episode 2 of the Engineering IRL Podcast back in July 2018.
As noted in the book remnants of the steps had existed throughout my career and in this episode I actually recorded the episode off the top of my head.
My goal was to help engineers build a practical approach to problem solving.
Have a listen.
Who can advise on the best approach to problem solving other than the professional problem solvers - Yes. I'm talking about being an Engineer.
There are 2 main trains of thought with Engineering work for non-engineers and that's trying to change the world with leading edge tech and innovations, or plain old boring math nerd type things.
Whilst, somewhat the case what this means is most content I read around Tech and Engineering are either super technical and (excruciatingly) detailed. OR really riff raff at the high level reveling at the possibilities of changing the world as we know it. And so what we end up with is a base (engineer only details) and the topping (media innovation coverage) but what