In developing your team's ability to problem-solve and move through obstacles quickly and effectively, look for opportunities to eliminate bloated processes that aren't serving you.
The Problem Solving Company
It's common to look for characteristics in people we can identify with and who share our way of thinking, but this can often thwart what will make your team great.
After you finish identifying and analyzing the problem, chart a course of action for forging a solution.
To define your decision-making criteria, you need to clarify your priorities.
Research shows high levels of cognitive diversity perform best when presented with a problem that must be solved.
It's been shown time and again that putting people with different personality types, strengths, knowledge banks, and leadership styles together to work through an issue results in better collaboration, problem identification, discipline, out-of-the-box thinking, and innovation.