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Does over-doing the structure tail, backfire?  


Raman Singh
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(@iamraman)
Senior Partner
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Hello Clan members and People, my query for the day is-

As we all are comprehend with the terms being MECE and Being highly Structured with thoughts.

Does over-doing these natural things backfire? Or are there any exception cases where rules can be broken?

I would love to hear out from you people.

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Anushka Patil
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Hi Raman,

 

Force fitting a structure hurts. A lot of times you will find questions that won't directly fit into the frameworks.

 

For such questions, it is always best to use parts of the framework which help you remain MECE.

 

Hope this helps!

 

Anushka

 

 

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Raman Singh
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@anushka Thanks for throwing enough light on the doubt. Really appreciated

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Chet Van D\'Naik
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 Chet Van D\'Naik
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Hi Raman,

Yes overdoing any structure hurts, both and the client. You are not hired by the client for some bookish framework but for your original thinking. Your frameworks need to be custom and curated to the client's problem.

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Chet

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Raman Singh
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@Chet Van D\'Naik

Yes true man,a perfectly tailored framework could be of a great help for the client's protracted need.

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Raman Singh
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Saying that,thanks for those words.

Really helped!

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grenvillesays
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I concur. One-size-fits-all is doomed to fail. Making the framework fit the problem is the way to go.

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