|USIT Approach in Japan for Simpler and Powerful Process of Creative Problem Solving in TRIZ|
|Toru Nakagawa (Osaka Gakuin Univ.)|
|ETRIA World Conference:
TRIZ Future 2003,
held on November 12-14, 2003 at RWTH Aachen, Germany
|[Posted here on Dec. 11, 2003]|
Preface (Toru Nakagawa, Dec. 9, 2003)
This paper was presented at ETRIA Conference 2003 in Aachen as cited above. It was presented orally in the time frame of Poster Session with the kind arrangement by the conference organizer. The paper was prepared in a short time on Nov. 10 when I was requested by Simon DeWulf to talk at CREAX Open Factory Day Seminar, and was brushed up at the hotel in Aachen. So please forgive me that only the slides for the 30 minutes talk are presented here without a full paper.
It is a refrain of the main theme I have been writing about in this Web site:Simplification of TRIZ should be the key for TRIZ to be widely adopted in industries. Essence of TRIZ can be expressed in 50 words, and the process of problem definition (including root cause definition) and problem analysis in terms of Objects, Attributes, Functions, Space and Time can be achieved in a straightforward way in USIT. Also all the tools of TRIZ (including Inventive Principles, Inventive Standards, Trends of Evolution, and Separation Principles) have been reorganized and unified in the USIT solution generation methods. In Japan the author has conducted 2-day USIT training seminars in industries, where TRIZ/USIT is introduced to beginners and 3 real industrial problems are solved successfully in parallel along the full course of the USIT process. USIT method has been adopted in several manufacturing companies in Japan.The slides are shown in the PDF format, with four slides in a page. Read the slides in the order of | / |.Slides in the PDF format [57 KB] --- Click here for downloading (use Adobe Acrobat Reader).
If you are a reader who is visiting this Web site for the first time and become interested in my ETRIA talk, please refer to the Brief Guide to Nakagawa's TRIZ/USIT Articles in this Web site. Or else you are advised to visit the top page of this site to see the structure of the articles accumulated here.
Please refer to my Personal Report of ETRIA World Conference: TRIZ Future 2003.
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