Overview– ARIZ Course
The human brain has evolved to find solutions to problems encountered in life. Most of the solutions found on the same problems are passed down from generation to generation. The solutions obtained through the transfer of experience are developed over the years and move towards the perfect result. However, this information transfer is limited on a categorical basis.
The importance of TRIZ, which is a big invention for humanity created by Genrich Altshuller, a Soviet inventor, engineer, scientist, is revealed right here. This technique, created by analyzing innovations that have emerged in completely different fields from each other, provides us with an algorithm to use the solution methods previously obtained in any field to solve any problem.
What is ARIZ?
ARIZ is the Russian abbreviation of “Algorithm for Inventive Problem Solving” (Алгоритм Решения Изобретательских Задач).
ARIZ 85C is an innovative technique that analyzes the problem in logical sequential steps in order to create the most effective solution using TRIZ’s basic concepts and methods.
Genrich Altshuller developed the first ARIZ version in 1956. Its first promotion was carried out in 1965.
ARIZ 85C performs 3 basic functions:
- It creates a roadmap on how to use TRIZ components in a layout to find the best possible solution for a problem.
- It functions as an analytical algorithm for the human brain. It guides for creative ideas from the initial status of the problem to the solution phase.
- ARIZ helps us overcome Psychological Inertia, which is one of the major barriers to creativity, and leads to innovative solutions.
The goal of ARIZ Course is to gain the necessary skills to enable the participants to be able to manage the ARIZ technique which guides for problem solving and innovation with creative thinking.
Content – ARIZ Course
- Introduction; Innovation, creative thinking
- What is TRIZ,
- What is ARIZ
- Versions of ARIZ
- Steps in ARIZ framework
- Analysis of the Original Problem
- Existing Resource Analysis
- Determining IFR and and Physical Contradiction
- Statement and Model of the Mini problem
- Application of Information Fund
- Reformulation of the Problem
- Analysis of the Solution
- Application of the Solution
- Analysis of Problem Solving Process
- Simulation of ARIZ (Case Study)
ARIZ Course Duration: 3 days
Participants who scored 70 and over out of 100 in the evaluation exam to be held after the training will be entitled to receive the “Achievement Certificate of ARIZ”. The Candidates who do not get enough score will be given an “Attendance Certificate of ARIZ”.