What is a Problem?

  • A problem is an opportunity for improvement. “Every problem has a gift for you in its hands,” says Richard Bach. Someone coined the word “probortunity” – an acronym combining the words “problem” and “opportunity”. An optimist looks at challenge or a problem events as potential opportunities for improvement.
  • A problem is a difference between the actual state and desired state. A

Problem could also be the result of the knowledge that there is a gap between the actual and desired or ideal state of objectives.

  • A problem results from the acknowledgment of a present imperfect and the belief in the possibility of a better future.

 The belief that an individual’s hopes can be achieved will give one the will to aim towards a better future.

  1. Stop It

      A stop-it approach seeks to solve an issue, so that the problem no existance. Its three steps are prevention, elimination, and reduction.

  • Prevent It

 Preventing a problem from taking place or recurring is the most ideal solution. The prevention approach is often a difficult one to apply because it requires predictive insight.

  • Eliminate It

      Eliminating an issue for once in for all is additionally a perfect method     for assaulting an issue. To explain by dispensing with ought to be considered in about each issue circumstance.

  • Reduce It

 The amount of any problem can be narrowed by reducing its size.

  • Mop It

A mop-it approach that centers around the impact of an issue.

  • Tolerate It. In this form of mop-it approach, the effects of the problem are putup with.
  • Redirect It. Here the problem is deflected. Sometimes the problem will just redefined as not a problem.

Just ask ‘Why?

Sometimes, as we look for approaches to innovative thinking, we forget that many of the

powerful techniques are also the simplest…

Look around the world, keep asking ‘Why?’ and ‘Why not?’, and you will soon

See new opportunities.