Workshop

Proven Tools for Innovation and Problem Solving

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Are you using systematic innovation tools to generate ideas, improve processes, or solve problems at work?

If you are not, here is the opportunity to learn how to use systematic innovation tools that will make you a valuable innovator and problem solver.

Many successful companies use systematic innovation tools for innovation and problem solving.

Systematic innovation (also known as TRIZ) tools can help you increase your sales effectiveness, invent new business models, increase business profitability, improve business processes, save time and money solving problems, and generate ideas for continuous improvements.

This workshop will give you practical skills in using systematic innovation tools to generate ideas, create innovations and solve problems in a cost-effective way.

What is TRIZ?

TRIZ is the Russian acronym for Theory of Inventive Problem Solving. TRIZ was started by Genrich Altschuller and is based on the analysis of thousands of patents and systems.

TRIZ systematic innovation tools are widely used by companies in the US, Europe, Russia, Korea and Japan to define problems, formulate processes, analyze operations and identify ideal results.

"TRIZ is the bedrock of innovation at Samsung."
Forbes (March 2013), What Makes Samsung Such an Innovative Company?

How you will benefit

By the end of the workshop, you will be able to:

What you will learn

What you will learn in the workshop:

Who should attend

Business owners, entrepreneurs, managers, business professionals, innovation specialists, product managers, marketers and engineers who are interested in creating more innovations, improving their business processes, and reducing wastage of resources in their businesses.

Registration

Coming Workshop

Workshop: Systematic Innovation: Proven Tools for Innovation and Problem Solving
Date: To be announced
Time: 9:00AM - 5:00PM
Fee: To be announced

Register for the workshop and learn how to generate innovative ideas and solve problems systematically.

To register:

In-house workshop

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