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MyTRIZ (Malaysia TRIZ Innovation Association) Official Website

Site Introduction

Eng Hoo Tan (MyTRIZ)

Jun. 5, 2020
Posted:  Jun. 15, 2020  TN

 

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Site Description Form     WTSP (World TRIZ Sites Project)    (Version: 2020/5/28  TN)
Team: MY (Malaysia)     Site Code: MY-01  Writer: Eng Hoo Tan       Date: June 4 2020

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Site Name  ** 

MyTRIZ (Malaysia TRIZ Innovation Association) Official Website

 

Site domain URL  **

htttps://www.mytriz.com.my

 

Site Location  **

D-Asia; my-Malaysia

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Site Language
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en-English

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Roles of Site
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(b1) Dedicated associations,  (b4) Domestic conferences, (e5) Training organizations, (a1) Dedicated for information sending, (f2) Publishers

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◎ Most important

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Single-line Description  *

HP of non-profit organization for proliferating TRIZ in Malaysia and S.E. Asian countries.

 

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(a) General preparation phase, (b) Problem finding and analysis phase, (c) Solution generation phase

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Application Fields       *

General/universal

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Methods     *

(m) Classical TRIZ, (n) Modernized TRIZ methods

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Description of Introduction
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This website is the official homepage of the Malaysia TRIZ Innovation Association (MyTRIZ). It carries content related to MyTRIZ activities such as key events marketing, TRIZ training and development calendar, important guideline announcement, annual reporting, success stories, etc. The non-profit organization exists for the benefit of those who know the TRIZ methodology, want to learn TRIZ, and wish to apply TRIZ for the benefit of all mankind especially Malaysia and South East Asia countries.

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Site Introduction (in a free format):   Written by Eng Hoo Tan (Jun. 5, 2020)

 

www.mytriz.com.my

This website is the official homepage of the Malaysia TRIZ Innovation Association (MyTRIZ). 

It carries content related to MyTRIZ activities such as key events marketing, TRIZ training and development calendar, important guideline announcement, annual reporting, success stories and etc.

On a membership subscripted webpage, you will be able to access the Association’s annual reports, financial statements and strategic plans, besides the administrative information, you will also get information related to conference proceedings, consultative case studies and client success stories sharing.

MyTRIZ was formally registered on 20 July 2010 and became a member of the International TRIZ Association on 17 November 2011.

The non-profit organization exists for the benefit of those who know the TRIZ methodology, want to learn TRIZ, and wish to apply TRIZ for the benefit of all mankind. It started with the aspiration to share knowledge within Malaysia but has since extended the knowledge transfer to South East Asia countries.

The formation of organization idea was mooted and supported by industry, universities and government agencies. Intel, several institutions of higher learning in Malaysia, Multimedia Development Corporation and Ministry of Higher Education Malaysia played key roles in laying the foundation and nurture the start-up of the Association.

The preliminary focus was transferring the knowledge and expertise from industry to academia. More than 3,000 lecturers from across 100 plus institutions of higher learning were trained. The knowledge and contents were embedded into academic syllabus in selected discipline of studies.

With the success and interest, the secondary focus reached out to industries starting with Small and Medium Enterprises.  TRIZ is gaining momentum, recognition and usage in many companies in Malaysia and South East Asia.

Seeing the good traction in tertiary education and industry, through the support of the industry, academia and government collaboration, the TRIZ content was adapted for secondary schools sharing. 14 and 15 year old student across schools in Malaysia are learning TRIZ today.

After 10 years of outreach, MyTRIZ has trained more than 12,000 practitioners.

With the vision to develop innovative people and the mission to be the leading contributor of innovation tools, MyTRIZ is keeping well with its motto, to promote, teach and apply TRIZ.  The organization looks forward to share the learning and experience with neighboring and interested countries.

 

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