Despite individual differences, there’s actually no such thing as a “new’ problem.
In one shape or another, everything’s been seen before and there’s always a solution.
The clever part is to find it.
Armed with the right information, we can begin to consider the effects of the changes to the project.
After all, something has caused you to lose money and extend your programme.
The synthesis process demands creative thinking and the ability to focus years of experience onto the problem of what to do.
The sole objective is to offer up ideas and alternatives.