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Introduction to TRIZ


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Created by engineers, for engineers, TRIZ is a proven process for rapid and innovative problem solving

Date and Time

18 October 2018 - 09:00-17:00


London, United Kingdom - icon_popup  (See map)


Contact IET Professional Development at pdcourses@theiet.org or on (0) 1438 765616 for more information.

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TRIZ (the Theory of Inventive Problem Solving) was created by engineers, for engineers.TRIZ is a proven process for solving problems, generating new ideas and developing systems quickly, cheaply and inventively. The TRIZ process offers a rigorous and systematic approach for understanding and solving any problem; its principal tools enable you to uncover the most effective route to practical solutions.

  • Introduction to TRIZ and the Fundamentals of Systematic, Practical, Innovative Effective Problem Solving
    An overview of TRIZ – its origins and applications

  • How TRIZ has been used to solve real problems – case studies and examples
    Simple creativity exercises to help you to use your brain and experiences more effectively
    An introduction to the TRIZ toolkit and process – you learn four TRIZ tools during this workshop

  • Contradictions
    Learn how to identify and solve contradictions to find powerful solutions to your problems with the 40 Inventive Principles
    An exercise on the 40 Inventive Principles and how they can be used to find ingenious and robust solutions

  • 8 Trends of evolution and next-generation products
    How to predict technological advances
    Using TRIZ Trends to perfect products
    An exercise on the future development of products

  • Resources
    Learn how to systematically get what we want with the resources we already have

Continuing Professional Development

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This event can contribute towards your Continuing Professional Development (CPD) as part of the IET's CPD monitoring scheme.


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