Microcredential on Problem Analysis and Solving Tools Using TRIZ

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

Duration: 2 weeks

This Microcredential course on Problem Analysis and Solving Tools Using TRIZ offers participants a structured approach to understanding and applying the TRIZ methodology, a powerful and systematic problem-solving framework. The course begins by distinguishing between problem and solution models, setting the foundation for effective analysis and resolution strategies. Participants will delve into typical TRIZ problem-solving modeling, exploring various types of problems and the inventive principles designed to address them. The curriculum also covers the basic components of TRIZ, providing a comprehensive toolkit for innovative problem solving. Through interactive lessons, practical exercises, and real-world case studies, participants will learn to apply TRIZ methodologies to overcome complex challenges in their professional fields. 

Course Objectives

Understand the TRIZ Methodology

Equip participants with a solid understanding of the TRIZ methodology, including its foundational principles and how it distinguishes between problems and solutions. 

Explore TRIZ Problem-Solving Modelling

Introduce participants to typical TRIZ problem-solving models and the categorization of problems, focusing on inventive problem solving.

Learn the Basic Components of TRIZ

Provide a comprehensive overview of the basic components of TRIZ, preparing participants to apply these tools in various problem-solving contexts.

Learning Outcomes

By the end of this course, participants will learn to distinguish between problem and solution models, apply TRIZ problem-solving models, and utilize basic TRIZ components to develop innovative solutions.

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