Articulate the Models

  • Define the problem you face. For example, through a problem statement, you can figure out what the problem is and whether it’s worth solving.
  • Sketch two opposing ideas, explaining at a high level what each model would look like in practice.
  • Once the opposing models are clear, you explore each model in turn, seeking to understand how the model works, what benefits it produces, and why these outcomes matter.

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