TRIZ. Engineering Problem-Solving Algorithm

Dmytro Barylo, Complex Problem-Solving coach

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36 Videos (1h 41m)
    • Problem-solving skill

      1:37
    • For whom this course

      0:48
    • Ways to solve problems

      1:06
    • The main ideas of EPSA(pt)

      3:37
    • Composition of the EPSA(pt)

      3:14
    • 1.1. Not discribed problem are two problems

      3:38
    • 1.2. Primary description and formulating the problem

      2:34
    • 1.3. Formula of the problem

      2:23
    • 1.4. Tips for applying the STEP 1

      2:25
    • 2.1. CHECKING THE PROBLEM FOR FALSE AND SELF-REMOVAL

      4:41
    • 2.2. Tips for applying the STEP 2

      1:12
    • 3.1. CLARIFY THE PROBLEM

      3:03
    • 3.2. Miltiscreen scheme

      2:46
    • 3.3. The 5 why method and Ishikawa diagram

      0:56
    • 3.4. Clarified formula of the problem

      1:35
    • 3.5. Tips for applying the STEP 3

      1:04
    • 4.1. An example of applying substantial-field resources

      1:38
    • 4.2. Substances and their fields

      3:58
    • 4.3. Ranking resources by priorities

      3:36
    • 4.4. Tips for applying the STEP 4

      1:03
    • 5.1. Ideal system - how its done

      2:46
    • 5.2. Examples of ideal systems

      5:16
    • 5.3. FORMULATING THE PERFECT FINAL RESULT

      5:24
    • 5.4. Examples of the PFR formulations

      3:21
    • 5.5. Sorting the perfect final results

      1:22
    • 5.6. Tips for applying the STEP 5

      0:49
    • 6.1. Levels of formulating contradictions

      3:14
    • 6.2. Formulating the physical contradictions

      3:10
    • 6.3. Examples of permission contradictions

      3:10
    • 6.4. Tips for applying the STEP 6

      1:08
    • 7.1. Permission the physical contradictions

      5:00
    • 7.2. Recommendations on mastering 40 techniques

      2:52
    • 7.3. Examples of applying techniques

      8:28
    • 7.4. Tips for applying the STEP 7

      1:20
    • 8.1. Analysis received solutions

      4:18
    • 8.2. Tips for applying the STEP 8

      2:38

About This Class

This course will give you practical tool for Complex Problem Solving. 

It is clearly structured in eight steps. 

In logical chain from receiving not clear 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. 

You may ask: what kind of problems I can shoot using this algorithm? If I answer: "ANY". You wouldn't believe me. But really it's about 95% of all problems around us. And what kind of this 5% problems you won't fix by this tool - the only those that need preliminary researches.

After finishing this course you will see things around you in another way. What it means? All things around you can help you to solve any problem with low costs and even without costs.

But it's not a magic wand - you will have to work a lot! And as a reward there will be a lot of strong decisions!

And the last, but not least: only practicing this tool will increase your skills and as a result increase your market price!

P.S.: The Wourld Economic Forum, TOP 10 skills in 2020:

1. Complex Problem Solving

2. Critical Thinking

3. Creativity

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