Sometimes it so happens that our solution just turns into another problem, especially when one is finding a good solution and becomes fond of it. This could be a cue to improvising the operations process in a more defined and strategic manner. Solutions in any case can be termed as solutions only if the issue has been diagnosed and the solution been assessed to work best for the same. Applying a solution without understanding the situation can result in the creation of greater problems if one is ignorant of the root cause of the problem or issue.
In terms of Insurance Operations, one needs to be rational and practical in understanding the situation or process and looking out for the problems in general. Thereby classifying and breaking it down for simpler comprehension. Knowing where the problem cropped up, can give ample information to counter the situation. One can also begin with a deeper assessment of workflows and processes to focus on the inefficiencies taking place if any.
Now what if the solution turns otherwise? Sometimes lack of clarity of a situation may lead to ignorant solutions or application of a wrong solution. This leads to a myriad of troubles all along, as it creates more problems and only adds up to the existing problem. For instance if your organization is adopting a new agency management system that offers to help streamline the operations, but this would require a greater need for training within the organization, then this could be a problem. On the other hand, the software introduced may or may not suffice the need for improvising the inefficiencies that are common to the operations. In such a situation, one can easily be stuck with both old and new problems to sort out before moving any further. As such developing accurate solutions is an indispensable aspect of insurance operations.