systematic approach

Definition

A process used to determine the viability of a project or procedure based on the experiential application of clearly defined and repeatable steps and an evaluation of the outcomes. The goal of a systematic approach is to identify the most efficient means to generate consistent, optimum results.

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We needed to take a systematic approach to solving the problem and I knew that there would be some things that we needed to do.

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The systematic approach was especially useful as we wanted to understand every element and variable in the equation and analyze each one as well.

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The information systems department took a systematic approach to determine which computers were causing ABC Corporation's entire network to crash.

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