TRIZ. Engineering Problem-Solving Algorithm
What you'll learn
- You will get a powerful tool for solving complex problems.
- You will be able to make a problem self-elimination.
- You will be able to find cheep resources to eliminate a problem.
- You will be able to deal with contradictory demands.
- You will be able to choose the most optimal solution from the list of found solutions
- You will know how to deal with subtasks for implementing solutions of any complex problem
- You have to be tired of using "Trial and Error" method for finding solutions of complex problems
- If you have some theoretical knowledge about TRIZ - it's good, so this course will help you systemize your knowledge and form it into the specific skill of solving complex problems. If you are not familiar with the topic - it's not a problem. You will get all answers you need studying this course.
The main goal of the course is to give you the most potent practical tool for Solving Complex Problems.
This Algorithm has 8 STEPS. In a logical chain from receiving not apparent Complex Problem, step-by-step, through the whole Algorithm, you will find from 10 to 100 new solutions and even more depending on your efforts.
STEP 1 will help you to frame the Problem into such a formulation that reveals the task of how to eliminate any Simple or Complex Problem.
STEP 2 aims to divide Simple and Complex Problems. You will be able to make self-elimination of a Simple Problem, even if it is not from your profile branch of industry. And if the Problem is Complex, then you go to the next STEP 3.
STEP 3 shows you how to find the root cause of the Complex Problem. At STEP 3, the ideas to solve your Complex Problem begin to appear.
STEP 4 gives you the way to find resources to solve your Complex Problem.
STEP 5 leads you to frame your desired result in the system without a Complex Problem. STEP 5 shows how to apply resources that you found in STEP 4 to eliminate a Complex Problem with low costs and even without them. As a result, of STEP 5, you will get several ideas to solve your Complex Problem. And with ideas to resolve an issue, you may get contradictory demands to the elements of the system in which there is a Problem. Then you go to the next STEP 6.
STEP 6 will help you formulate contradictory demands to the element of the system in which there is a Problem. As a result of STEP 6, you will choose the principle for resolving contradictions. In case of severe Problem, when an accepted principle did not lead you to a solution, you go to the next STEP 7.
STEP 7 will get you acquainted with special techniques out of 40 available in TRIZ to resolve physical contradictions and to find an inventive solution to your Complex Problem.
STEP 8 leads you to the most powerful solution from the list of already found while doing all seven STEPs of the Algorithm.
You may ask me: what kind of Problems can I resolve using this Algorithm?
If I answer: "ANY." You, probably, would not believe me.
But it's about 95% of all Problems around us.
And what kind of those 5% Problems you won't fix by this tool - the only those that need preliminary researches when the nature of an undesirable phenomenon is not known.
After finishing this course, it would be easy for you to find a lot of Solutions to ANY Complex Problems.
You'll see things around you in another way. What does it mean?
All things around you can help you to Solve a Problem with low costs and even without them. You need to know-how.
With this Engineering Problem-Solving Algorithm, you'll succeed in any severe case.
But it's not a magic wand - you will have to work a lot! And as a reward, there will be a lot of reliable decisions!
And last, but not least: only practicing the Engineering Problem-Solving Algorithm will increase your skills and as a result, increase your market price!
P.S.: From The World Economic Forum, TOP 10 high demanded soft skills:
1. Complex Problem-Solving
2. Critical Thinking
Go ahead, enroll in the course!
Get better at Solving Complex Problems!
It's worth a lot!
Who this course is for:
- Engineers of all branches.
- You should take the course, if you decided to become a professional problem-solver.
- You should take the course, if you're struggling with complex problems in your life.
- You should take the course, if you're not satisfied with using "Trial and Error" method to solve complex problems.
I have seventeen years of work experience in various engineering positions which are connected with energy supply systems: water supply, gas supply, heating supply, electrical supply, hydraulic structures.
- Metinvestholding. Central plant of iron ore in Kriviy Rig Ukraine. Lead specialist of Chief Power Engineer Department. 2015-now.
- Metinvestholding, Technological energy shop. Chief Engineer 2007-2015.
- Metinvestholding, Technological energy shop. Master of compressed air station 2005-2007.
I have faced a lot of problems on my path. And a lot of them found their solutions.
There were not only wins but also some failures on the path. And the failures can be more useful if you aim to get better the next day. But also there is no need to fail at the same things that are already known for others, except you.
Now I can figuratively divide my path into two parts: with the experience of using the "trial and error" method to tackle some tough problems and the next with the use of TRIZ tools. So I can definitely tell you that I will never use the first anymore.
I wish I had some mentors before, at the beginning of my path, to turn me in the right direction at once. Now with all my experience, I see that I can be that mentor for others and for you.
I made courses about TRIZ tools to help you turn in the right, the more efficient direction of your path. I share my own understanding of the quite well-known TRIZ tools through real engineering problems.
I'm sure, after diving into the TRIZ thinking approach, you will get the new exciting point of view on any problem through the prism of TRIZ. And as a result, you will change your attitude to any problem. They will not scare you anymore. On the contrary, you will be glad to them - it's true. Problems are actually opportunities. And you will know how to get those opportunities!
I hope you will join me as a TRIZ problem solver soon.
See you in the study process.