TRIZ workshops in Q2 & Q3

Location: 
Bangalore/Pune/Chennai/Hyderabad

About the workshop: Structured Innovation enables you to come with solutions that can be patentable (process or product) and reduce cost by more than 25% with new concepts. The best know structured Innovation comes from Russia called "TRIZ" - Theory of solving Inventive problems and adopted by best known innovation companies around the world.  With a very proven track record of delivering significant swings on Technical innovation, learn from India's TRIZ specialist, Mr. Tito Kishan Vemuri

Right problems to solve using TRIZ:

1. Reduce product cost significantly by 25% (new concepts)

2. Increase product performance or Reliability

3. Reduce product harm

Potential benefits include:

1. Patentable new concepts

2. significant product cost reduction 

3. Multi generation product plan for a given sub-system / component.

Link: http://proinnconsultancy.com/workshops/

 

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