Journal of Agriculture & Life Sciences

ISSN 2375-4214 (Print), 2375-4222 (Online) DOI: 10.30845/jals

Effect of Implementation of Problem Solving Methods Practical Result based on 6-sigma Approach on Wastage Reduction
Masoume Saeedi

Our environmental development in various aspects of life such as political, social, technological and cultural stemmed from widening of complexity, difficulty and lack of assurance in our society. Since revolution is the main factor in developing new opportunities as well as new challenges in modern world, so it has been seen that companies and firms need to modern methods, solutions and insight to meet these risks properly; hence they would be able to take their times in order to wipe out the possible threats posed to their organizational framework. The way companies choose to meet these challenges is creative problem solving and renovation as well as appropriate organizational context to able them to turn the creativity into renovation. Problem solving is the most complex part in every decision-making procedure, and it has been defined as an important cognitive trend which needs to combination of some fundamental and typical skills. In cases a creature or an artificial intelligence does not recognize the road from one situation to the best one will pose the question under study. Companies are born in the form of a creature; they grow and behave in various ways. In this case MAPNA Group also needs to utilize problem-solving insight. On the view of necessity, problem-solving project has been set up in the company and it has been tried in this paper to expound the execution procedures aiming achievements in improved methods for doing jobs and to lay the foundation in order to effective performance of strategically management(scheduling).It has been accompanied with insight improvement and drawing attention of manager`s support, teaching the way to recognize and define problems truly, performing statistical strategies of problem solving with the aim of reducing wastage based on 6-sigma concept and paving the way to perform solutions effectively. Therefore the findings are propagation of teamwork culture and promotion of productivity, presenting a theory to solve general, complex and private problems in the form of compiling Problem Solving Gardens and compiling in-home auditing method of problem solving in this organization and changing organizational pattern from functional approach into the process approach. Also Wastage reduction in delayed times and raw materials consumed in production and also cutting the number of nonconforming product and the time dedicated to solving a problem. Basic instructions for the preparation of a paper for the PSST Conference are presented. This document is itself an example of the desired layout and can be used as a template. The document contains information for all formats, type sizes, and typefaces in required styles, without need to define any. Style rules are provided to explain how to handle equations, units, figures, tables, abbreviations, and acronyms. Sections are also devoted to the preparation of acknowledgments, references, and authors' biographies. The English abstract is limited to 180 words in one or two paragraphs, and cannot contain equations, figures, tables, or references. It should concisely state what was done, how it was done, principal results, and their significance.

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