|TRIZ Paper: Japan TRIZ Symposium 2008 Keynote|
|TRIZ Development at Intel Corporation|
|Amir Roggel (Intel, Israel)|
|The Fourth TRIZ Symposium in Japan, Held by Japan TRIZ Society on Sept. 10-12, 2008 at Laforet Biwako, Moriyama, Shiga, Japan|
|Introduction by Toru Nakagawa (OGU)|
|[Posted on Mar. 9, 2009]|
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Editor's Note (Toru Nakagawa, Mar. 6, 2009)
This paper was presented as one of the two Keynote Lectures at the Fourth TRIZ Symposium in Japan, 2008 , which was held last September by 'Japan TRIZ Society, NPO'.
Japan TRIZ Society decided last January to post the presentation slides of Keynotes publicly in its Official Web site (and also in the Official Pages of Japan TRIZ CB) both in English and in Japanese. (Note: Japan TRIZ Symposium requests the authors to provide presentation slides (and optionally full paper, in addition) in advance as the final manuscripts for the Proceedings. The present Keynote does not have a full paper.)
In the present page, I would like to post my introduction to this valuable Keynote Lecture for making it familiar to wider range of readers. The introduction is an excerpt of my "Personal Report of Japan TRIZ Symposium 2008" posted on Oct. 26, 2008. The introduction is now translated into Japanese and posted in my Japanese page of this site.
English page (This page) Japanese page Nakagwa's Introduction Nakagawa's Introduction Slides in PDF Slides in Japanese in PDF (translated by Shinsuke Kursawa) Slides in Japanese in PDF (Japan TRIZ Soc.)
Introduction to Amir Roggel's Keynote Lecture
Personal Report of The Fourth TRIZ Symposium in Japan, 2008
by Toru Nakagawa (Osaka Gakuin University), Oct. 26, 2008
Posted on Oct. 26, 2008 in "TRIZ Home Page in Japan"
Amir Roggel (Intel, Israel) [K-1, I02] gave a Keynote Lecture with the title of "TRIZ Development at
Intel Corporation". [Note: The title in the Advance Agenda was "Can TRIZ Work for a Large, Innovative Semiconductor Company? Intel's Learning".] He talked first about general view of technology in the 20th century and then in the 21st century. The slide (by courtesy of Andrew Chien, VP and Director, Intel Research) shown below was impressive to me.
The history of TRIZ in Intel is shown in the slide. The period 2002-2004 was the start of the current big deployment of TRIZ in Intel, especially in the manufacturing divisions.
In the manufacturing, they recognize four main aspects, they are: Ramping new products into high volume manufacturing, Yields, Tool productivity, and Cost and agility.
|Corresponding to these four aspects, they use different TRIZ tools. For example, in the problem solving for the purpose of ramping new products into high volume manufacturing, the tools are used as shown in the right figure. Details of these problem solving procedures and usage of tools were not explained in the Keynote Lecture, but were demonstrated well in the three case studies presented by his colleagues from Intel Malaysia.|
|They have listed the analytical tools for problem solving, mostly coming from TRIZ.|
The following two slides show their accomplishment and challenges and their conclusions.
*** Intel's company-wide activities for promoting TRIZ are very impressive. See their three case studies presented in this Symposium by Intel Malaysia. Amir Roggel was very active in communicating with the Symposium participants; he obtained over 100 business cards from the participants through personal communications during this Symposium, he says.
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