Dragonfly Thinking is a book authored by Bruce Oberhardt intended to help you develop superior problem solving skills.

Testimonials

Joan Siefert Rose

Joan Siefert Rose

While many first-time entrepreneurs focus on their technology as the key to their ultimate success, the truth is that the technology will only be valuable if it helps someone else solve a problem. This book helps build skills for creative problem solving and encourages a practical approach to innovation. It offers useful insights for anyone interested in taking a good idea to the next level.

Debra Michie

Debra Michie

One of the great losses for our children, who have grown up in an educational system that stresses multiple choice test taking, is that they have not been taught how to problem solve or think through a complex situation. Dragonfly Thinking provides a road map for training Generation Z graduates now entering the work force on how to tackle these situations and succeed.

John Hardin

John Hardin

Dragonfly Thinking highlights how the first step toward solving any problem is to overcome myopic thinking. By illustrating how to address problems using a multidimensional, multistep approach, it provides the tools you need to unlock your creativity and craft solutions for even the most seemingly intractable problems.

Robert P. Lowman, Ph.D.

Robert P. Lowman, Ph.D.

They don’t teach you Dragonfly Thinking in school, and that’s a shame. Innovation that creates wealth or improves the quality of life depends on solving big problems in the real world. This book will open your eyes to a different way of thinking so you can approach problems with a fresh and creative perspective.

Eliza S. Robertson

Eliza S. Robertson

Students and early careerists will find Dragonfly Thinking valuable for its approach to determining what constitutes a problem and how to frame it, how to analyze problems thoughtfully, and how and when to avoid the limitations of initial unsuccessful attempts at solutions.