The tendency to jump quickly on a solution before fully understanding the actual problem to be solved. This behavior results in incomplete analysis of the problem to be addressed and fuller consideration of potential problem-solving alternatives. It is siloed reasoning--seeing complex matters through a narrow-angle lens--that can lure leaders into unproductive strategies.

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