3-Day TRIZ Workshop with Certification test
This experiential workshop will impart the fundamentals of TRIZ – a powerful methodology for the development of breakthrough technological solutions. Participants will receive a hands-on experience in solving numerous real-life complex product and process development challenges gleaned from various fields of modern engineering. Participants will prepare for the Associate Certification test offered by the Altshuller Institute for TRIZ Studies.
The participants will learn:
- How to correctly define complex problems
- How to develop conceptual breakthrough solutions
- How to replace trade-offs with innovative solutions satisfying all conflicting requirements
- How to objectively determine the most promising directions in the evolution of your product or technology
- What is TRIZ.
- Functions and actions. Types of functions
- Function modeling and analysis
- System conflicts. Methods for resolving system conflicts
- Physical contradictions. Methods for resolving physical contradictions
- Continuation of training in function modeling and resolving system conflicts
- Using TRIZ to identify breakthrough innovation opportunities
- Laws of technological system evolution
- Lines of technological system evolution
- Associate test
Victor Fey, Managing Partner of The TRIZ Group, LLC, TRIZ Master and a close associate of Genrikh Altshuller, the founder of TRIZ. Victor Fey has over 35 years’ experience in TRIZ research, training and application. Since The TRIZ Group’s inception in 1995, Victor has collected more than two decades of consulting experience serving the Global 1000. Victor’s work has ranged the gamut from teaching, coaching and consulting, to facilitating and leading cross-functional teams in delivering critical breakthrough product and technology solutions. Only at Hyundai-Kai Motors, his consulting effort resulted in obtaining over 100 patents with an estimated ROI of $100 million. From 1997 through 2014, he was an Adjunct Professor at Wayne State University, where he taught the first graduate-level course in TRIZ in the West. He has lectured on the subject at MIT, Stevens Institute of Technology, Chalmers University, Technion, and others. He chairs the Certification Board of the Altshuller Institute for TRIZ Studies and the Committee for TRIZ Development of the International TRIZ Association’s R&D Council. His books include, Effective Innovation: The Development of Winning Technologies, published by ASME Press in 2004 (co-authored with Don Clausing of MIT), and Innovation on Demand: New Product Development Using TRIZ, released by Cambridge University Press in 2005 (penned with Eugene Rivin of Wayne State).
For more course information go to https://aitriz.org/triz-training.