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A problem statement is a concise description of a problem that needs to be solved
It’s a helpful scoping device, focusing the team on the problem it needs to explore and subsequently solve. A problem statement makes clear what needs to be done in discovery and what’s out of scope. Problem statements are also great communication tools; well-written ones can be used to gain buy-in from stakeholders on why it’s important to explore and solve the problem.
1. Be A laundry list of unrelated problems: A discovery effort should have one problem statement focused on one problem
2. Not Contain A solution: Leave the solution out of your problem statement at the beginning that is absolutely important
3. It should Be Brief: Problem statements are effective when they are concise, if you condense the problem you will lose important information
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