This course provides a comprehensive understanding of technical systems evolution, problem-solving principles, and innovation strategies, equipping students with the skills to tackle complex issues and drive positive change in various domains.
The course provides a comprehensive understanding of technical systems evolution, including the factors that contribute to their development and the challenges they face. It explores the origin of problems, delving into the root causes and examining how they can be effectively addressed. The course also explores the concept of psychological inertia, shedding light on the cognitive biases and barriers that hinder problem solving and innovation. It introduces general principles of problem solving, equipping students with a systematic approach to tackle complex issues. Finally, the course delves into the realm of innovation, exploring different strategies and methodologies that can foster creativity and drive positive change in various domains.