Combining DISADVANTAGES may Lead to an Advantage (Thinker Key 3 and 4 )

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Combining DISADVANTAGES may Lead to an Advantage (Thinker Key 3 and 4 )
Gogineni Ravi Babu

At times, combination works better. Bring all major disadvantages together and next combine any two disadvantages. This may reveal a (potential) advantage. (...) Read more? Sign up for free
 

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How Combining Disavantages May Lead to an Advantage
Jaap de Jonge, Management Consultant, Netherlands

Thanks for your comment. Can you give an example of combining 2 disadvantages into an advantage? Please give some further background to your topic. Thank you.
 

 
How Combining Disavantages May Lead to an Advantage
Omar Bawajeeh, Saudi Arabia, Member

Yes. I am sure you have a pretty case of this technique. Would you share with us a case where this idea has worked? Thanks!
 

         
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