A wicked problem is so complex that you don’t really understand the problem until there’s a solution. The concept of a wicked problem was formalized in 1973 in the discipline of social planning and public policy. The use of the word ‘wicked’ doesn’t imply evil but rather the resistance of the problem to being solved….
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A Shiver of Sharks and Other Animal Collectives
By Jonathan Becher on March 14, 2021 in animal stories, Business, phrase origin
Q: What do you call a group of sharks?A: A shiver of sharks. Of course, because seeing Sharks make you shiver. Shiver is an example of a collective noun; the name for a group of things. As I’ve often used animal stories to help illustrate specific points, reinforce behaviors, or to provide colorful rallying cries,…