I will pay for the following article Problem Solving Techniques. The work is to be 8 pages with three to five sources, with in-text citations and a reference page. Service organizations, especially the public service organizations that are affected most, have been in dire need of effective and efficient problem-solving techniques. Examples of common problem-solving techniques include SWOT analysis, mind-mapping, Lewins Field Force, and fishbone analysis amongst others. Each of these problem-solving techniques has origin, functionality, applicability, and strategies used in order to enhance the effectiveness of solving the prevailing problems. After all, the main objective of public service organizations is to provide effective services.The following discussion aims at identifying how each of the four aforementioned problems solving techniques is applied within the United Kingdom’s public service organizations. Whilst diagnosing Whipps Cross University Hospital, this discussion apply the four different problem-solving techniques in analyzing the problems of Whipps Cross University Hospital in addition to producing a detailed solution strategy for the fishbone analysis technique. All the features of the four problem-solving techniques and issues faced during their applications will be included in the paper. A concluding remark of this discussion provides an overview as well as recommendations on problem-solving techniques within public service organizations.One of the biggest NHS hospitals in London, UK is the Whipps Cross University Hospital. Whipps Cross University Hospital is an NHS-run hospital within the Whipps Cross, Waltham Forest Council (Whippsx.nhs.uk, 2012). Whilst being considered as amongst the first hospitals to have the hyperbaric unit, Whipps Cross University Hospital serves a larger population from Chigwell stretching to Leyton (Whippsx.nhs.uk, 2012). In addition, the hospital has one of the busiest Accidents & Emergencies sections in the entire United Kingdom. Despite being a teaching hospital, Whipps Cross University Hospital provides a full range of medical services that serve more than 200 patients on a daily basis (Whippsx.nhs.uk, 2012).