Quid pro quo:reflections on the value of problem structuring workshops

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Shaw, D.; Edwards, J.; Collier, P.M.;

Attracting clients who are willing to invest in using a problem structuring method (PSM) can be particularly difficult for the emerging generation of modellers. There are many reasons for this, not least that the benefits of a problem structuring intervention are vague ... View more
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