1. address symptoms rather than the real problem.
2. are based on insufficient or inaccurate information.
3. are made for subjective rather than objective reasons.
4. are made for the sake of expediency.
5. fix only one part of a larger problem.
6. are based on the wrong root cause.
7. are unrealistic.
8. are the wrong solutions for the real problem.
9. do not consider all of the contributing factors.
10. are beyond the scope of those who have to implement them.
11. solve the