THEORY OF INVENTIVE PROBLEM SOLVING (TRIZ)
TRIZ is a powerful methodology for enhancing innovation and creativity, solving practical problems, and building new technologies for large and small corporate environments. Theory of Inventive Problem Solving helps organizations to generate more solutions of higher quality in less time. It also improves the scope and strength of intellectual property.
- How psychological inertia can affect problem solving and innovation.
- Create a function model of a system to identify contradictions and resolve them.
- Identify and define problems in terms of contradictions.
- Successfully solve problems using the Contradiction Matrix Theory, Separation Principles, and the System Approach.
- Eliminate rather than live with contradictions
- How to use key TRIZ concepts including:
Zones of Conflict – Contradictions and Tradeoffs – Functional Analysis-System Constraints – The Ideal Final Result & Ideality – Utilisation of Invisible and Idle Resources.
Who Should Attend
- Design and Development Managers
- Quality Managers
- Business Process Engineer
- NPD Engineer
- Strategic / Problem Solving Managers
Benefits Of Attending
TRIZ methodology includes a practical methodology, tool sets, a knowledge base, and model-based technology for generating innovative solutions for problem-solving.
TRIZ – theory of inventive problem solving presents a systematic approach for understanding and defining challenging problems: difficult problems require an inventive solution, and TRIZ provides a range of strategies and tools for finding these inventive solutions
The central purpose of TRIZ- principles based analysis is to systematically apply the strategies and tools to find superior solutions that overcome the need for a compromise or trade-off between the two elements
The three primary objectives:
- Problems and solutions are repeated across industries and sciences. By classifying the “contradictions” (see later) in each problem, you can predict good creative solutions to that problem.
- Patterns of technical evolution tend to be repeated across industries and sciences.
- Creative innovations often use scientific effects outside the field where they were developed.
1. Introduction to TRIZ / TIPS
– Need for Innovation
– Typical Approaches to Innovation
– TRIZ- a systematic approach to problem-solving
2. The Basic Findings of TRIZ
– Understand The ideal System
– Engineering Conflicts & The Resources in a System
3. Fundamental Principles of TRIZ
– Revealing Conflicts
– Overcoming Psychological Inertia
– Analogic Analysis
4. The Tools of TRIZ -1
– Systems Conflicts Elimination
– Technical Contradictions
– The Contradiction Matrix
– Improving/Worsening Parameters
– 39 Parameters
– 40 Inventive Principles
– Solving Contradictions
5. The Tools of TRIZ -2
– Physical Contradiction
– Algorithm for Inventive Problem Solving
(Problem formulation Ideal Final Result )
– Available resources
– Technical or physical contradictions
– Eliminating the Contradictions
6. Laws of Technical Systems Evolution
– Technological Forecasting using S-Curves
– Predicting Future Product Development
7. Application of TRIZ
– Basis of Direct Evolution
– Main Postulates of Direct Evolution
– Steps in Anticipatory Failure Determination
– AFD Applications
– Feature Transfer or Alternate System
– Hybrid System Second Primary Function
– Hybrid of Two Systems
8. Patent And TRIZ
– 3 Essentials of Patents: a novel
– Useful/low cost
Feedback From Past Participants
- Leading Ride Control Manufacturer
- Leading Automotive HVAC Manufacturer
- Automotive Gear Manufacturer
- India’s Largest Jewellery Manufacturer
- Medical Diagnostic Equip Manufacturer
- Leading Electric Vehicle Manufacturer