Overview – TRIZ Course
TRIZ -Russian concept that means “Theory of Inventive Problem Solving”- It is a systematic problem-solving methodology developed in 1946 by Genrich Saulovich Altshuller and colleagues after more than 3 million patents were examined. TRIZ, with the end of the cold war began to be recognized and is taught as a course in many schools and institutes in many countries of the world.
Years of experience are needed alongside creative power of thinking to reveal new discoveries and inventions. Many inventions in history eventually emerged in the end of challenging attempts -sometimes costing human life-. This process makes it difficult for many internal and external barriers to innovation. Altshuller and his team have tried to create the algorithm of innovation by making use of the experience in the whole industrial field and they have taken their place in history by putting forward an innovation in this field.
The goal of this course is to develop Creative Thinking Systematics (CTSs) by using scientific approaches in determining and solving new concepts or technical problems.
Content – TRIZ Course
- Introduction; Innovation, creative thinking
- Innovation in industrial sector
- VOC, VOB
- Kano model
- Cost and constraint management
- Roles in innovation management
- Creation an innovation culture
- Mind mapping
- The laws of technical systems evolution
- Psychological inertia
- 9 Window technique (case study)
- TRIZ- Theory of Inventive Problem Solving
- IFR – Ideal Final Result
- Use of resources
- 40 Inventive Principles
- Contradiction Matrix
- Segmentation principles
- TRIZ Simulation (Case study)
Innovation Course Duration: 2 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 TRIZ”. The Candidates who do not get enough score will be given an “Attendance Certificate of TRIZ”.