Topic: An Introduction to TRIZ, The Theory of Inventive Problem Solving
Ever been stuck on a problem with no idea how to attack it? Or, come up with a solution that was just too complicated to implement? At this month’s meeting com learn about TRIZ (теория решения изобретательских задач), the Theory of Inventive Problem Solving. TRIZ is a systematic approach to understanding your problem, finding a solution, and simplifying complex designs. How you ask? Because through TRIZ you will learn that someone somewhere has already solved your problem.
John Ellis is currently Sr. Manager – Continuous Improvement and Strategic Project Portfolio, HR and Legal for NEC Corporation of America. He is a PMI certified PMP (Project Management Professional), an ASQ Certified Six Sigma Black Belt and a Textron Certified DFSS Black Belt and Master Black Belt. Prior to entering the world of Six Sigma he created and then managed the IT Project Management Office at Bell Helicopter. He has a long and varied IT background including managing data networks, IT product and vendor management, developing application architecture and standards, and operating systems programming. He is a graduate of the University of Southern California with a BA in Mathematics and German. John enjoys classical music and Broadway shows, plays piano, and is interested in foreign languages having studied French, Chinese Mandarin and American Sign Language in addition to his degree in German.