3 thoughts on “What is a wicked problem?

  1. All problems are wicked in a way. A really wicked problem, however, is one the solution to which is obvious, yet impossible to implement. Some of the reasons may be obstructionism, corruption, lack of dedication, lack of means, and others (the sky is the limit).

  2. The simple act of stating the problem already changes you so that you’re no longer thinking the same way. I learned that in high school when a teacher simply stated, and only once, that ‘half of the answer is in the question’.

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