Inventive Problem Solving TRIZ

Course Overview

TRIZ is the acronym for the Theory of Inventive Problem Solving (TIPS), which depends on the study of world patent database made by Russian inventor, Genrich Altshuller, along with his team. Altshuller discovered it, by focusing his research on most critical inventions (where the solution was not evident and required no trade-offs), that inventors from completely different backgrounds and geographical locations were applying the same strategies in solving the problems. By studying these strategies and developing the methods to help in their application, the Theory of Inventive Problem Solving was created.

Course Objectives

This workshop will enable you to:

  •     Produce creative answers for the technical issues and problems
  •     Identifying approaches to enhance existing items and products
  •     Discovering totally new ideas
  •     Rapidly recognize future patterns of technical systems

Course Content

  •     Innovation need
  •     Brainstorming the psychological methods
  •     Evolution trends of systems
  •     Patents as a database for innovation
  •     To define a problem by the contradictions
  •     40 Inventive principles
  •     Contradiction Matrix
  •     Technical contractions solving
  •     Principles of separation
  •     Solving of contractions
  •      Database effects
  •     "Algorithm" of invention

At the time of training the participants are welcomed to bring their own problems on which they want to work on.

Course Methodology

The training is going to be highly interactive combination of lectures, group discussions, questionnaires, individual reflections, role plays, simulations and videos.

Target Audience

The course is for those individuals who involve themselves, or have an interest in solving problems, want to develop new products or belong to research, development and innovation.

Duration

05 Days (08:30–14:30) with appropriate breaks for tea/refreshments and lunch.

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