Those lovely people over at NETIKX (the community for professionals who work in knowledge and information management) have invited me to speak at their next seminar on March 26th in Wimpole Street, London.
Titled: Using previously hidden knowledge to think like a Genius: an introduction to TRIZ, my intention is to give a simple introduction to the amazing sense-making achievement that Genrich Altshuller and his subsequent researchers did in uncovering and distilling the patterns of innovative thinking from a lifetime of patents.
For the second part I hope to demonstrate that TRIZ and it’s collection of abstracted concepts, principles, trends and standard solutions can just as readily be used to solve Knowledge and Information management problems as those of engineering, for which it is more traditionally applied. There will be an interesting exercise to demonstrate these possibilities.
There will be a draw for a copy of the acclaimed “TRIZ for Dummies” book by Lilly Haines Gadd on the day. There will be ample time too, for networking (bring your business cards), reflective conversation and a glass of wine.
If you want to find out more about TRIZ before you decide, a good place to start would be here at our new Oxford Creativity website.
Please register below to attend, for which there will be a minimal charge to cover refreshments, room booking and after event wine. Or perhaps join as an individual for the year (at only twice the one event price), to take advantage of several future planned events.
Register here: RonDon Seminar on TRIZ March 26th 2020