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Four Techniques for Creative Problem Solving

  • 05/11/2017
  • 5:45 PM - 8:00 PM
  • Microsoft, 101 Wood Ave South, 9th Fl, Iselin NJ 08830 or Virtual
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                  Four Techniques for Creative Problem Solving


Victoria Roza


Description 

This presentation covers a unique method for formulating problems, along with four techniques for generating solution ideas to address them. Unlike traditional psychology-based problem solving approaches, these techniques are derived from extensive research of the world's most innovative solutions found in patent literature and other historical records of mankind's creative achievement.


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Evening's Schedule

5:45 PM -  6:15 PM     Networking

6:15 PM -  6:30 PM      Chapter Business and Introductions

6:30 PM -  7:30 PM      Main Presentation

7:30 PM  - 7:45  PM      Q&A and Meeting Wrap up


SPEAKER BIO:

  

After beginning her career as a systems engineer, Victoria came to business analysis by combining her requirements engineering experience with an abiding interest in utility, usability, adaptability and learnability. Her experience spans a broad range of hardware and software industries, from military systems to business process improvement. Starting in the 1990s, Victoria spent more than a decade in the life-changing field of inventive problem solving (TRIZ), lending her experience to software development, education, and consulting teams. Ever the TRIZ evangelist, she has found ways to apply inventive problem solving principles to all her professional endeavors. Victoria is currently the lead business analyst for the New Jersey Department of Health's business process team. She holds a BS in Electrical Engineering from Cal Poly and a Master Certificate in Business Analysis from Villanova University.


 
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