WTSP:  Presentation (4): ICSI 2020 (Taiwan, Oct. 23-24, 2020)


World WTSP Catalogs of TRIZ Sites and Around-TRIZ Sites:
We Can Learn A Lot through These Active Information Sources

(4) I-SIM ICSI2020 (Taiwan, Oct. 23-24, 2020)

Toru Nakagawa (Osaka Gakuin University, Japan),
Darrell Mann (Systematic Innovation Network, UK),
Michael Orloff (Academy of Instrumental Modern TRIZ, Germany),
Simon Dewulf (AULIVE & Innovation Logic , Australia),
Simon Litvin (GEN TRIZ, LLC., USA),
Valeri Souchkov (ICG Training & Consulting, Netherlands)

Nov. 8, 2020

Posted:  Nov. 11, 2020

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  Editor's Note (Toru Nakagawa, Nov. 1, 2020)     

This is Presentation (4) among the 5 conference presentations given in Autumn 2020 on the WTSP project by Toru Nakagawa and 5 co-authors.

(a) Abstract of presentation : submitted on Jul. 24, 2020.

(b) Presentation slides (25 slides, expecting a 30 minute talk) were submitted for reviewing: on Sept. 18, 2020.

(c) Being noticed of 15 minutes slot in the agenda, Presentation slides were shortened into 15 slides and PowerPoint slide-show with video (15 min.) were submitted: on Oct. 19, 2020

(d) At ICSI2020, the slide-show was played by the organizer and we had Q&A for about 10 min.

(e) ICSI allows us to post our presentation documents in our websites.

 

 

  Following documents are posted here:

Abstract of presentation

Presentation slides (15 slides) in English in HTML   and in PDF 

Video Presentation of PowerPoint slide-show (15 slides, 15 min.) in MP4

 

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  Abstracts              (4) I-SIM ICSI2020 (Taiwan, Oct. 23-24, 2020);

 

World WTSP Catalogs of TRIZ Sites and Around-TRIZ Sites:
We Can Learn A Lot through These Active Information Sources

Abstract

We, as engineers, researchers, students, and citizens, want to solve various problems in our jobs and daily lives properly and creatively.  Some people say that there are various methods for creative problem solving, so we try to find/learn them through some books and on Internet; but the Internet surveys give us messy outputs.  On the other hand, there are many organizations, researchers, and practitioners working in such specialty methods.  They often operate their Websites for publicizing their methods openly, but their sites are not widely known and are accessed little.  For the purpose of connecting such users with such providers, we organized a voluntary project (WTSP) and have built Catalog of selected Websites in the world in the field of creative problem solving in general.

We (World TRIZ-related Sites Project (WTSP)) have just built Beta Edition of the World WTSP Catalogs and posted it publicly.
(A) World TRIZ Sites Catalogs currently have 23 ◎ (most important, about top 30) sites and 39 ○ (important, about top 100) sites.  The data came from contributions by 4 countries (Japan, Malaysia, China, and Russian region) and Internet surveys of sites in USA and in the world.  Data from 30-40 countries are missing yet. 
(B) World Around-TRIZ Sites Catalogs have 33 ◎ sites, and 127 ○ sites.  The data are obtained by intensive )nternet surveys with keywords including Creative thinking, Creative problem solving, Innovation, Quality/value/cost/productivity, Patents, etc.  About 1000 sites are visited one by one, and graded and introduced briefly in 3-15 lines. 

Both Catalogs have a basic structure where the sites are shown in Indexes and accessible through hyper-links to their Site descriptions.  Sites are categorized and arranged according to their Roles of sites, and Evaluation grade.  Introductions of individual sites are described in 4 stages: (a) Basic information, (b1) Free-format introduction (by surveyors) in 3-10 lines, (b2) WTSP Standard Form (1 page in A4), and (c) Free-format close introduction (2-5 pages in A4).  Because (b2) and (c) are useful for users, site owners are asked to write (b2) and possibly (c) for their own sites.

The present WTSP Catalogs are much much better than ordinary )nternet surveys, but still need much enhancement.  Good sites should be collected and selected (i.e., after evaluation), and those sites should be described properly. We need voluntary collaboration by many site owners, and coordination work by leaders in every country and every specialty field.  And the Catalogs need users who learn a lot through these information resources and achieve good results in their jobs and lives.  Let’s work Together ! Connected !!

 


   

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Table of 5 Conferences Presentations (WTSP3) in 5 Conferences (Autumn, 2020) (1) MATRIZ MOF (Russia, Sept. 2020)  (2) TRIZCON2020 (USA, Oct., 2020) (3) ETRIA TFC2020 (Romania, Oct. 2020) (4) I-SIM ICSI2020 (Taiwan, Oct. 2020) (5) JCS Conf. 2020 (Japan, Nov. 2020) Abstracts of the 5 presentations Authors' Profiles Japanese page
 

World WTSP Catalogs  Top page

(A) World TRIZ Sites Catalogs

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(C) World Around- TRIZ Sites Catalogs

(C1) Index ◎

(C2) Index ◎〇

(C1P) Catalog for Print ◎

(C2P) Catalog for Print ◎〇

 

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