We offer the most complete TRIZ Training program
Our TRIZ training is focused on enhancing analytical thinking and provides checklists and guidelines in problem formulation and problem solving.
Leading to the set of the best solutions, TRIZ shortens significantly time needed for concept development and problem solving while increasing the quality of the developed ideas.
Bringing real-life problems to the course, the participants benefit not only from learning TRIZ but also from solutions developed to their real-life problems. TRIZ Consulting offers the most complete TRIZ Training program that ends with TRIZ Practitioner Certification.
"Zinovy is a truly amazing TRIZ educator, inventor, and problem solver. His series of TRIZ classes are the best, most useful, and most interesting classes I've ever taken (and like all engineers I've taken a LOT of classes, and then some). They will make you a much better and more inventive problem solver. Don't let the word 'Theory' in 'Theory of Inventive Problem Solving' fool you; TRIZ is a practical tool for solving all types of engineering, scientific, and business problems. For these reasons, and also because TRIZ Masters are very few and far between, if you have a chance to work with Zinovy, through his classes or through his consulting business, I highly recommend it."
P.E., Certified TRIZ Practitioner,
Mechanical Design Engineer, Boeing
"I was first exposed to TRIZ in 1998, as an alternative problem solving method. After studying Altshuller's materials and the TRIZ journal, I took Zinovy's beginning level class in 2000, and pursued the Advanced Practice and the Certified TRIZ Practitioner Course 2014.
Zinovy's course materials include a summary of the methods in his 'TOP-TRIZ Problem Formulator', which contains a TOP-TRIZ Flow Chart, to provide a step by step process flow to problem formulation, classification, solution, and evaluation. This is a handy reference I rely on in my application of TRIZ to both practice and real-world problems.
I was most interested in the application of TRIZ to organizational conflicts and to software development. Although the course examples are focused on technical contradictions, I have been successful in extending Zinovy's analysis approach and TOP (Tool-Object-Product) model to organizational and software development conflicts.
Extending these concepts beyond technical and physical contradictions is an additional level of abstraction, and in my opinion one level more difficult. Zinovy's technical problems in the advanced class provides sufficient practice to abstract the concepts.
I have also applied Zinovy's techniques for the critical evaluation of an immature technology with great success. Using skills honed in the Advanced Practice course, I was able to confirm the conditions exist for a very harmful type of wear, which the company experts had earlier dismissed.
I highly recommend Zinovy's course series to anyone interested in solving difficult, complex, and/or inventive problems, whether they are technical, physical, organizational, or in software development."
PE, MSME, MSEM, Theory of Constraints Jonah
Certified TRIZ Practitioner
Boeing Special Invention Award, 2000, 2008, 2010, 2013
Patents #6,164,477, #6,325,568, #8,581,904, others pending
Associate Technical Fellow, Boeing
"I have taken many professional development training courses over my career in science and engineering. I found the Basic TRIZ and Advanced Practice TRIZ courses to be the most useful, the most stimulating, and the most satisfying of these trainings. Although I have only been applying the techniques and algorithms for a few months, I have been able to find new solutions to chronic manufacturing problems in our plant. The process can be used on low tech and high tech levels. I have used the method from simply helping to take cost out of a manufacturing process to developing intellectual property based on new solid state physics.
Two features of TRIZ that I really find to be especially valuable are: 1) The functional analysis process forces you understand what the problem really is on a fundamental level. 2) The TOP TRIZ algorithm is complete. You can't miss what the general solutions are. You can be confident that if a solution to your challenge exists, you will find it."
Peter R. Menge, Ph. D.
Senior Scientist. Saint-Gobain Crystals
"I am so glad that I attended your class in Seattle, Washington. I have been following the TRIZ development for some time. I like the way you conducting your teaching and more importantly. I also think that you made good contribution on developing TRIZ towards an exact science.
Your TOP (Tool-Object-Product) model is much cleaner than original substance-field model for functions, and based on this new model of functions, you can actually reduce the number of standard solutions, and make those solutions more independent from subject-of-matter knowledge. This is a 'trimming of unnecessary functions' of original TRIZ, make it more coherent and easier to use. Also, this new model for functions are very compatible with other commonly used function definitions of other field, such as value engineering, axiomatic design. So eventually, it will make TRIZ easier to be integrated with other methods.
Thank you again!"
Kai Yang, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering Department
Wayne State University
"Dear Mr. Royzen,
Congratulations on rating among the top 10 percent of more than 200 short course instructors from industry, government and academia who lectured for UCLA Extension last year! The data was recently complied from our performance evaluations for fiscal year 1998/1999.
Because UCLA Extension serves a public audience, we placed a strong emphasis on the teaching skills of our instructors. This is especially important in our computer science, engineering and technical management short courses where participants come from all over U.S. and abroad to gain important insights into state-of-the-art technology and methodology. Since industry professionals look to academic institutions to provide such insight, we greatly appreciate your assistance in meeting the challenge. Thank you again for this impressive performance, and I look forward to working with you in the future."
William R. Goodin, Ph.D.
Manager, Short Course Program
University of California, Los Angeles