To have the perfect project solution, the entire problem has to already been identified. This can only be done if there is already a process for determining what is wrong.
One example of a project solution can be found in a risk management plan. This is where the problem or risk is identified, analyzed, and then prioritized so the best way to mitigate the damage it could cause can be found. Since each possible risk is different, along with the damage it can inflict on the project, each solution is unique. A project solution for one risk will be different for another risk.
Another project solution can be when the quality management plan is implemented. A certain degree of quality is needed for every deliverable that a project produces. The level of quality is stipulated in the scope of the project that is included in the business plan. This is the level that the stakeholders decided would be of the greatest benefit to the company and their investment.
One of the largest of all is the first project solution. In more and more instances, this is the choosing of the correct software that the project manager can use as a tool to assist them during the project. More and more, this is a project management template program. This can be up to 52 tools in one program. Each of these templates can then be used to be a project solution by developing the necessary documentation and procedures needed to overcome the many obstacles that occur during the execution of a project.
For every problem that occurs during a project, there is a project solution. Finding the right one is the difference in how the problem is overcome, just like the earlier mentioned risks. Not every risk can be solved or mitigated so the impact will not harm the project. One of the solutions to handle risks is the purchase of insurance to cover the monetary damages the risk inflicts on the project.
This is why with nearly every problem that a project encounters during its planning and execution phase, there is a unique project solution to deal with its impact and monetary costs.