Whether we are in life or in the workplace, many times we are in such a state: we encounter problems and then solve them. In the face of problems, to solve the problem on the road, the vast majority of people have not thought and summarized the law and the logic behind it.
This is also a big difference between a low-level player and a master. I've always believed that the vast majority of things in the world are traceable. The master knows how to explore and summarize the rules, store them in his own brain, and then use them Latest Mailing Database for his own use. The low-level players will not dig into the logic behind it, they have very few things in their heads, and when they do things, they think of what to do, and where to do it. If you only rely on inspiration and pat your head to live, this is undoubtedly a very unreliable way.
So back to today's topic, when a problem is found, to finally solve the problem, what is the law in it?
I think there are roughly 3 things from the discovery of a problem to the final solution:
Define and disassemble problems
Plan its path to completion
Through specific landing means, let the matters in each link of the path occur
Point 1 was more or less mentioned in previous articles. For example, your leader has given you the task of making an e-commerce product the best in that segment within a month. At this time, this problem must be clearly defined, and how to define this "best" may have several dimensions: sales must be the first, the quality or practicality of the product must be among the best in the segment, and the user reputation must not be too bad.
Point 1 is about that for the time being, so today we will focus on points 2 and 3.
We all know that if a product wants to survive, it must ensure that its core business or core values run smoothly, so how can it happen?
Let's start with a few examples:
What is one of the core businesses or a core value of the "Sing It" APP? I think it's likely to be asking the user to listen to the song and, in the process, interact with the host or the user.
So one of its paths to reach it goes something like this:
After sorting out this path, the next step is to use various operational means and product design to make the various events in the path happen. Let's see what "Sing It" does in the process.
Let the user choose some favorite song style tags first:
Let users pay attention to some high-quality singers in the field of song style at the lowest cost.