9-Step Problem Solving Model

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Through generic benchmarking, our learning team discovered successes and mistakes that other companies and industries made that were similar to USAuto. From this research, and the knowledge gained from benchmarking, we approached the USAuto problem differently...
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From this research, and the knowledge gained from benchmarking, we approached the USAuto problem differently. For example, our team learned that USAuto did not properly research successful negotiation tactics or the proper establishment of a business relationship with a Mexican company...
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