TRIZ Systematic Innovation Workshop HRDF claimable
This two-day workshop will teach participants the fundamentals of TRIZ- possibly the most powerful methodology for developing innovative solutions to problems. Participants will learn TRIZ methods and tools and receive hands-on experience in solving various real-life complex product and process development problems taken from various engineering disciplines. TRIZ (Theory of Inventive Problem Solving) can provide a company the essential competitive edge by:
Date: 16 & 17 June, 2010 Time: 9:00 am to 5:15 pm Venue:
Sunway Hotel Seberang Jaya
Timely and efficiently resolving design and production problems
Reducing product and process development cycles
Enabling you to anticipate product trends and be ahead of the
Instructor: Andy Papademetriou
Participants are encouraged to bring their unsolved problems to class to be used as case studies.
Correctly define complex problems
Replace trade-offs with innovative solutions satisfying all conflicting requirements
Reduce time and money required to solve technical problems
Generates simple, elegant and creative breakthrough solutions
Overcome psychological barriers
Develop a bank of intellectual property that can be strategically leveraged
Create a comprehensive vision of future possibilities
Make the right decisions more effectively, quickly and easily
Define strategic directions for investment
Predict competitors’ developments
Simplify a system
Provide objective evaluation of technical alternatives
Organize, improve and greatly expedite the process of conceptual design
Who Should Attend Designers, Engineers, Researchers, Managers and Directors involved in research or product, process, and technology development. Project managers, Knowledge managers, Operations Managers and Manufacturing supervisors
Quotes from Participants:
“I am a recent graduate. This is an eye opener for me. Systematic approach, lots of practical examples and illustrations to drive the points home. ” Engineer, Magellan
“Excellent; practical application of tools and in depth training of concepts” Program Manager, ELMA Electronics AG
“After 15 years as a practicing engineer this workshop has put so many things in perspective for me. Left the workshop with two patent ideas in my logbook.” Staff Engineer, Continental Automotive Systems
”I was not sure what to expect but was pleasantly surprised with the course and modes of idea generation” Project Manager, Motorola
Certification Upon successful completion of this workshop participants receive a White Belt certificate. Submission within six months of a case study using the TRIZ methodology and Tools is awarded a Yellow Belt certificate. Subsequent attendance of the advanced TRIZ workshop and two case studies within 1 year using the TRIZ methodology and Tools is awarded a Green Belt certificate.
Workshop leader: Andy Papademetriou Andy has over 25 years of experience leading business functions including Research and Development, Manufacturing Operations and Business Management.
His career includes Motorola as Director of Product Development and Business Director, Information Resources of Chicago as Senior VP of Program Management and Quality, and Watermark of Arcata California as VP of Product Development, where he has introduced a multitude of innovative consumer and commercial products. Several have received product of the year awards.
Andy has practiced developed and taught innovation and creativity methods and has managed the implementation of many start-to-finish change initiatives involving large multidisciplinary teams at several companies.
Andy holds Engineering and Business degrees from the Polytechnic University of New York and the University of Chicago. He has completed doctoral level work in the field of Business Management & Decision Sciences.
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