Microcredential on Community-based Problem Solving Using TRIZ

Mode of Delivery: Face-to-Face and Online (Hybrid) 

Duration: 2 weeks

The Microcredential on Community-based Problem Solving Using TRIZ is designed to equip participants with strategic thinking and domain-related tools for effective problem-solving within community contexts. This course introduces the necessity of strategic thinking in addressing community issues, providing an overview of various tools that can be applied for inventive leadership and future planning. Participants will learn how to utilize TRIZ methodologies to chart the future of communities, map available resources efficiently, and apply enhancement strategies through detailed case studies. This course aims to blend theoretical knowledge with practical applications, enabling participants to tackle real-world community problems by identifying the right problems and devising innovative solutions. 

Course Objectives

Understand the Role of Strategic Thinking in Community Problem Solving

To equip participants with an understanding of strategic thinking, its importance in community development, and an overview of tools that facilitate strategic analysis and decision-making.

Learn Domain-Related TRIZ Tools for Community Engagement

Introduce participants to TRIZ tools relevant to community problem solving, such as inventive leadership and resource mapping, to effectively plan and implement community projects. 

Apply TRIZ Methodologies in Real-World Scenarios

Provide participants with the skills to apply TRIZ methodologies and tools through enhancement strategies and case studies, focusing on solving the right problems within communities.

Learning Outcomes

By the end of this course, participants will develop skills to apply innovative strategies, incorporate lessons learned, and design inclusive, participatory community projects.

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