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How does the process of refining a solution for a problem differ from the process of refining a solution for an issue?
Refining solution process is taking an idea and making it better by creative thinking, making it more workable and finding flaws before presented. [ The three step process for refining the solution are; working out the details, finding imperfections and complications, and making improvements. -You analyse the problem by trying to find the root cause . Once you have dealt with and eliminated
the root of the problem, then smoothing out any repercussions of the problem become easier . *Refining a solution for an issue -A solution can be refined through proper and adequate dialogue between members of the parties undergoing conflicts. You can carry out open discussions with people who go through this specific kind of issue and derive proposed improvements in the existing solutions. ]
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User: How does the process of refining a solution for a problem differ from the process of refining a solution for an issue?

Weegy: Refining solution process is taking an idea and making it better by creative thinking, making it more workable and finding flaws before presented. [ The three step process for refining the solution are; working out the details, finding imperfections and complications, and making improvements. -You analyse the problem by trying to find the root cause . Once you have dealt with and eliminated the root of the problem, then smoothing out any repercussions of the problem become easier . *Refining a solution for an issue -A solution can be refined through proper and adequate dialogue between members of the parties undergoing conflicts. You can carry out open discussions with people who go through this specific kind of issue and derive proposed improvements in the existing solutions. ]
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User: Which do you think is more challenging a problem or issue? Can these steps be interchanged? Explain your reasoning with an example.



Weegy: I think Problem is more challenging than issue because A problemis not something that you can solve without forethought, and even a certain amount of guesswork while if When you have an issue, [ you generally can readily come up with the solution. Size often dictates the difference between an issue and a problem. An issue is smaller, not life altering, and it doesn’t present such a degree of difficulty that you have to seek out the counsel of others in order to figure out the impact of the issue. A problem is larger in scale, often large enough to alter your life either temporarily or permanently. A problem can easily require the advice and guidance of those around you, in order to solve it. Both of them cannot interchanged due to its major differences. Example: On a corporate or governmental level, an issue is something that can be handled behind closed doors, impacting no one but the people of highest authority in the situation. A problem involves information that must be released, because there will be cause to involve employees, or citizens, in the solution to the problem. ]
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