The Young Scientists Network-Academy of Sciences Malaysia (YSN-ASM) organised a workshop on TRIZ: The Art of Innovation from 6 to 7 September 2018 at the Ideation Room of ASM office in MATRADE Tower.
Ir. Dr Ng Poh Kiat, a member of YSN-ASM, conducted the workshop. He is a YSN-ASM member as well as a Level 3 Certified Professional of MATRIZ and a Level 1 Instructor of MyTRIZ, a Malaysian non-profit organisation that educates people on the TRIZ methodology, conducted the workshop.
The two-day workshop aimed to provide participants with higher-order thinking skills to boost their creativity and innovation abilities. The programme covered topics such as the history of TRIZ, insights of the profound discovery, in-depth knowledge into TRIZ techniques as well as application aspects of the methodology.
TRIZ is the Russian acronym for “Theory of Inventive Problem Solving”. It is an approach to directing the development of new products and processes, systematic and predictable methodology for data‐based creativity and innovation as well as a way of pointing out multiple potential solution paths and concepts for solutions.