Logic Tree

Logic Tree with Post-it® Brand

Branching out to new solutions


 

 

  • Sometimes, the best way to solve a problem is to look at it in a new way. A logic or decision tree can help you tackle a problem by breaking possible solutions down into parts, and following those parts down new paths.

    The process of creating a logic tree is simple – analyse the problem or question, offer solutions or answers, and generate ideas about how to accomplish them. Here’s an example to get started:

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    Define the problem or question. A logic tree can answer two kinds of questions – "Why" or "How." The clearer and more specific your question, the better it will work in your logic tree.

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    Offer possible answers. Choose at least two, but more can illuminate lots of possibilities.

    Offer possible answers

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    Elaborate on your solutions. What are their most important parts? Some of your logic paths might end here, and that’s ok. But dig deeper if you need to.

    Elaborate on your solutions

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    Get down to brass tacks. How do you make your solutions reality?

  • Remember, not every piece of your logic tree will have information for every step – some levels of the logic tree end quickly, while others extend much further. It helps to keep your logic tree in a flexible format where you can move parts of it around – which is, of course, where Post-it® Super Sticky Notes can really come in handy. Of course, a large area, like a Post-it® Meeting Chart, provides a great canvas as well.


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