A problem statement describes what, where, how big and when the problem occurs. The statement is intended to be very clear and concise, focusing only on the issue or opportunity that was initially discovered.
The statement should be neutral and not suggest any type of solutions or assumed causes. The objective of the statement is to define clearly what the problem is (symptoms) and quantify in some way their effects on the organization.
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