WTSP Paper: Japan TRIZ Symposium 2019


World TRIZ Sites Project (WTSP) (2):
World WTSP Catalogs of TRIZ-related Sites in the World

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

Presented at Japan TRIZ Symposium 2019, held by Japan TRIZ Society, on Sept. 5-6, 2019 at Zen-Suido Kaikan, Tokyo
Posted:  Sept. 7, 2019

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Editor's Note (Toru Nakagawa, Sept. 7, 2019)

We in Japan have just finished the 15th Japan TRIZ Symposium 2019, on Sept. 5-6 in Tokyo, with 89 participants. 

I gave a presentation on the WTSP project, co-authoring with the five Global Co-editors.  I talked in Japanese using slides in Japanese while slides in English are projected in parallel. (Dr. Roberto Adunka, Germany, was invited as the Keynote speaker and aattended at my presentation.)  The presentation slides, submitted to the Symposium on Jul. 19 for the Proceedings, were much revised at the last minutes in order to reflect the up-to-date progress of the project.  Here I am posting the new presentation slides in English  (PDF ) as well as in Japanese (PDF ). 

I would like to cite 2 slides here.  A summary of the present stage of achievement and the basic spirit of the present project.

      

We are going to give a presentation on this project at ETRIA TFC2019 (on Oct. 9-11, 2019 at Marrakech, Morocco), reflecting some further progress in month.

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Abstract

Slides

Aims

Activities

Structures

Preliminary version

Extension

Concluding

Slides PDF

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World TRIZ Sites Project (WTSP) (2):
World WTSP Catalogs of TRIZ-related Sites in the World:

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

Presented at Japan TRIZ Symposium 2019,
held by Japan TRIZ Society, on Sept. 5-6, 2019 at Zen-Suido Kaikan, Tokyo

 

Abstract    (submitted on Jul. 19, 2019)

We started the World TRIZ Sites Project (WTSP) in Dec. 2017 for the purpose of building catalogs of TRIZ-related Web sites in the World.  Our aims are:
     (a) To build Catalogs in each country in their own language first and then in English, and
     (b) to build the World Catalogs in English first and then translated into various languages. 
     (c) To introduce individual sites appropriately (i.e., briefly but closely),
     (d) to select useful and important sites appropriately,
     (e) for various types of people (e.g., unfamiliar to TRIZ, beginners, users, experts, etc.),
     (f) in the field of TRIZ and relevant methodologies,
     (g) as reliable information sources in theories, applications, activities, etc. 

Over 70 voluntary members from 30+ countries joined WTSP, but the actual work of surveying and introducing TRIZ-related sites in individual countries is proceeding only slowly till recently.  We are also conducting global surveys of sites located in individual countries, written in major languages, and in wider scopes of methodologies, etc. for accumulating data of useful sites. 

 We have designed the structure of the World WTSP Catalogs.  Once we get the data from Country Teams and from the top-down surveys, we will be able to build up the World WTSP Catalogs.  All the sites shown in Japan WTSP Catalogs (built in Apr. 2018) have been re-evaluated and are publicly posted as World WTSP Catalogs (Japan Part).  We are planning to build the first preliminary version of World WTSP Catalogs (containing ◎○sites) in early August, and the First Edition (containing ◎○□sites) at the end of September. Success of this voluntary project can contribute to the global TRIZ community not only by the output Catalogs but also by the cooperation experiences.     (Jul. 19, 2019)

 

[Note (TN, Set.7, 2019)]  On Aug. 4, 2019, we have completed the First preliminary version of World WTSP Catalogs.  Manuscript documents contributed by Japan, Malysia, China, and Russian region and two top-down surveys (in the world and in USA) are used.  WTSP Catalog of World TRIZ Sites Basic Index now contains 19 ◎ (Most important) sites and 41 ○ (Important ) sites.  It is remarkable that we have established a feasible, expandable and maintenable structure of Catalog documents, a flexible and practical ways of categorizing/rearranging the sites, and a useful top page of showing and handling WTSP Catalogs with various types of indexes.  We are going to complete a revised Preliminary version on Sept. 30, 2019.     (Sept. 7, 2019)

 

Table of Contents of the Slides

Title

[1] Aims, plan, appeal, trials, platform, and difficulties  ―― Report in Sept. 2018 

[2] Organizing activities (Sept. 2018 -- Aug. 2019)

[3]  Proposals on WTSP Catalog structures   (ideal and practical)

[4]  World WTSP Catalogs First Preliminary version.  Completed on Aug. 4, 2019

[5]  Extension of scope of the World WTSP Catalogs: Sites Around TRIZ

[6] Concluding remarks

 

 

 


 

 Presentation Slides                    PDF

Title and Table of Contents

    

 

 

[1] Aims, plan, appeal, trials, platform, and difficulties ―― Report in Sept./Oct. 2018

   

    

 

 

[2] Organizing activities (Sept. 2018 -- Aug. 2019)

    

 

 

[3]  Proposals on WTSP Catalog structures  (ideal and practical)

   


   

 

 

   

 

   

 

 

[4]  World WTSP Catalogs First Preliminary version   Completed on Aug. 4, 2019

  

   

      

 

 

 

[5]  Extension of scope of the World WTSP Catalogs: Sites Around TRIZ

 

 

 

[6] Concluding remarks

   

 

 

 

Top of this page

Abstract

Slides

Aims

Activities

Structures

Preliminary version

Extension

Concluding

Slides PDF

  WTSP Catalogs Preliminary version WTSP Project Index page Japanese page

 

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WTSP Index page

(A1) Policies

(A2) Organization

(A3) Platform

(A4) Guidelines

(A5) Access to the Project Outputs

(A6) Publicized Outputs

Japanese page of WTSP News 2018

(B1) WTSP News 2017

(B2) WTSP News 2018

 

WTSP Proposals (Nov., 2017)

WTSP Invitation (Dec. 2017)

Vision (Network of Public Sites) (2010)

 

 

Japanese page of WTSP Index

 

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