A. Identifying problems 發現問題
1. One problem is that new staff don't understand our procedures well enough.
2. The biggest hurdle, I think, is Sara's lack of experience.
3. The budget is the real can of worms here.
4. The most pressing issue seems to be the outdated hardware.
5. I disagree; I think the underlying trouble is actually poor training.
6. I've been trying to get management's attention and they're blowing me off.
7. She's slowing everyone down by micromanaging us.
B. Asking for solutions 詢問解決方案
8. What should we do about the mess in accounting?
9. Does anyone have a suggestion for the predicament we're in at Site Three?
10. We need to brainstorm ways to put out the fire at HQ before we do anything else.
11. Let's talk about solutions for our staffing problems.
12. Has anyone figured out how to fix the formatting problems on the report?
C. Suggesting solutions 建議解決方案
13. I think it's time we reevaluated our training procedures.
14. We need to set up a meeting between accounting and management right away. They need to resolve their problems.
15. The only way to move forward, in my opinion, is to accept that this project will be
over-budget and go from there.
16. If we can get the staff to agree to a week of overtime, we'll be in good shape.
17. To settle this, the first thing we need to do is change designers.
18. We can't clear this mess up without involving the executives.