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Are There Active TRIZ-related Korean Forums or Wiki?

| On 01, Jan 2010

Message: 2009
Posted by: Michael Lyubomirskiy
Posted on: Sunday, 10th April 2011


as far as I can tell, in English and Russian language internet sectors there are no active forums or wikis dedicated to systematizing and discussing TRIZ knowledge and leading to the growth of communities of people interested in so doing.

Is there any such thing over at the Korean language internet sector? After all, given the increasing popularity of the discipline over there, perhaps we could expect efforts to establish something of that nature.


Message: 2010
Posted by: Ellen Domb
Posted on: Monday, 11th April 2011


There are several very active Englisn-language discussions on LinkedIn, some with “TRIZ” in the Group name and some not.   “MUST” is a very active discussion right now, looking at a new super-structure for TRIZ. (Go to http://www.linkedin.com, then search for the Group.) 

Most of the Korean TRIZ work is done internally to companies.   I'm not aware of any on-line discussion–let's hope that someone from Korea answers.


Message: 2011
Posted by: Michael Lyubomirskiy
Posted on: Tuesday, 12th April 2011


hmm, well I wouldn't call the LinkedIn groups I frequent very active, or very concerned with actual TRIZ. Maybe the MUST, or some other groups which I haven't seen, are better.

So you think that Korean students discuss their TRIZ issues on internal company forums? Or do they just not feel like discussing anything in online format at all?


Message: 2012
Posted by: Ellen Domb
Posted on: Tuesday, 12th April 2011


I know that there is a lot of internal discussion, and private research conferences (some bigger than the national conferences). I don't know how much if any is on-line.


Message: 2015
Posted by: hongyul yoon
Posted on: Friday, 22nd April 2011


I am not sure that I checked all sites and all in Facebook,

but as far as I know, I guess kind of 'wikis on TRIZ' doesn't exist in Korea.

Not a 'wikis' but sort of 'bulletin boards', we have, too many to count.


Message: 2016
Posted by: Michael Lyubomirskiy
Posted on: Friday, 22nd April 2011


interesting, thanks.

I guess somebody is missing out on the mindshare in a growing field (in Korea, at least) that could come from running a successful, dominant online community of this sort.