(A) Solutions always involve trade offs.
(B) There are risks involved in finding solutions to organisational problems.
(C) Solutions need to be flexible and match changes in the environment.
(D) Implementation process might be more complex and expensive than anticipated.
The most important reason why there is no such thing as a perfect solution is that every solution involves trade offs where we gain in one quality, property, or quantity but lose in other aspects. A Solution may help you solve a particular problem but most times it will lead to a loss in another aspect like giving birth to a new problem. Solutions have trade offs involved with them.
This question is a part of the Weekly Quiz 6 section from the Organisational design: Know your organisation course. You can check out all the quiz answers to this exam in our Organisational design: Know your organisation Quiz Answers page.