Solution Is a Solution (Proposal, Schedule) Proposed to Solve the Overall Problem (Proposal, Schedule) for Some Problems, Deficiencies, Defects, Needs, Etc., Which Have Been Reflected or Can Be Expected, And Can Ensure Rapid and Effective Implementation. Usually Means a Solution to a Problem.

The Solution Must Be Objective, Rational Analysis, As Far as Possible to Grasp the Essence of the Problem, Grasp Every Detail of the Elements. The Urgency of the Problem, Or the Emotion of the Problem, Should Not Be Imported into the Solution, Which May Backfire.

In Fact, In Actual Operation, The Solution Involves Less Elements of Creativity, More from the Existing Successful Cases to Find.

On the Other Hand, If There Is a Good Analysis of the Problem, An Objective Analysis of Successful Cases Is Itself the Basis for Producing Better Solutions.

There Is No Perfect, Permanent Solution to the Problem. Designers and Decision Makers Must Be Aware of the Limitations of Solutions, Their Strengths and Weaknesses, And Their Uncertainties Under Changing Conditions.

Traditionally, The Purpose of a Solution Is to Solve a Problem, And That's Where It Ends.

However, A Good Solution Must Include an Element of Summary: Why the Problem Happened, Whether It Will Happen Again, Whether the Problem Will Lead to Other Problems, Whether the Problem Reflects Other Potential Problems, How to Avoid These Problems, What Lessons to Learn from the Solution, And so On.

The Solution Is Not Limited to Solving This Problem, It Should Avoid the Occurrence of Related Problems, Warn the Relevant Personnel, And Achieve the Inheritance and Accumulation of Experience.