Complex Problems Quotes by H. L. Mencken, Erik Naggum, Bill Capodagli, Mark Zuckerberg, Laurence J. Peter, Jeb Bush and many others.
There is always a well-known solution to every human problem – neat, plausible, and wrong.
Well, take it from an old hand: the only reason it would be easier to program in C is that you can’t easily express complex problems in C, so you don’t.
Storyboarding is what I call an “idea landscape” – one that can help unleash creativity, improve communication, and identify practical solutions to complex problems. The beauty of storyboarding is that ideas from an entire team are harnessed, not just those from the extroverts or vocal members.
I look at Google and think they have a strong academic culture. Elegant solutions to complex problems.
Some problems are so complex that you have to be highly intelligent and well informed just to be undecided about them.
I’d be wary of simple solutions to complex problems.
Our goal is to try to bring a calm and simplicity to what are incredibly complex problems so that you’re not aware really of the solution.
Physics is becoming so unbelievably complex that it is taking longer and longer to train a physicist. It is taking so long, in fact, to train a physicist to the place where he understands the nature of physical problems that he is already too old to solve them.
Most of the approaches to peace between Israel and the Palestinians, have been directed at trying to resolve the most complex problems, like refugees and Jerusalem, which is akin to building the pyramid from the top down.
People think there’s a single solution to complex problems, and the solution is often making an enemy of a group of people – pulling back and rejecting the other.
It is absurd to imagine that any child will be able to earn a living, let alone contribute to resolving our world’s complex problems, without knowing how to read and write. My foundation supports the National Writing Project so that teachers can be more effective in their efforts to improve literacy for all students.
Pat answers to complex problems are the hallmark of intellectual mediocrity
Not all complex problems have easy solutions; so says science (so warns science.)
The extraordinary genius of John D. Rockefeller and Andrew Carnegie 100 years ago was their recognition that the great wealth they had amassed could be put to public good and used to solve the complex problems for which there were no other sources of capital.
Every complex problem has a simple solution that doesn’t work.
It is pure mythology that women cannot perform as well as men in science, engineering and mathematics. In my experience, the opposite is true: Women are often more adept and patient at untangling complex problems, multitasking, seeing the possibilities in new solutions and winning team support for collaborative action.
The essential function of the (design) profession in our society is to enhance and cultivate communications toward: Easier understanding of ideas and complex problems, in the shortest possible time and higher visual and auditory retention of data.
There is always an easy solution to every problem – neat, plausible, and wrong.
People who work together will win, whether it be against complex football defenses, or the problems of modern society.
All experience has taught us that solving a complex problem uncovers hidden assumptions and ever more knowledge, trade-offs that we didn’t anticipate but which can make the difference between meeting a deadline and going into research mode for a year, etc.
It would be naГЇve to think that peace and justice can be achieved easily. No set of rules or study of history will automatically resolve the problems … However, with faith and perseverance, … complex problems in the past have been resolved in our search for justice and peace.
As an expert, I can deal with complex problems. As a mother it is much, much harder.
Even the most complex problem is resolved in the end. Because if there’s a question, there also is an answer.
Moreover, such a body freed from nervous tension and over-fatigue is the ideal shelter provided by nature for housing a well-balanced mind that is always fully capable of successfully meeting all of the complex problems of modern living.
I often hear from new graduates that it’s better to wait until you have more experience…. But I’m a big believer in the power of inexperience…. The world needs you before you stop asking naive questions and while you have the time to understand the true nature of the complex problems we face and take them on.