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Monthly Archives: March 2005

Book Review: Principles of Survival (A Theory of Everyday Creativity) By: Gennady Kizevich

25/03/2005 |

by Gennady Kizevich Reviewed by Michael S. Slocum, Ph.D., M.B.B., T.Sc. Details: 352 pages, paperback edition available from for $17 US (a bargain). This book was published by Washington House in March of 2004.

Editor’s note: So that our … Read More

Integrating TRIZ And Bionical Enginereeng

20/03/2005 |

Alireza Mansoorian Department of Creativity and Innovation Faculty of ICT, Malek Ashtar University of Technology Fatemeh Heidaryan Naeini Azad University of Ardestan Unit

Abstract Bionics and TRIZ are two important issues at the center of all disciplines of Science … Read More

ANALYSIS MANAGEMENT: TRIZ and Systematic Innovation – An Overview

18/03/2005 |

This article will also be published in the April 2005 issue of the Australian magazine, Manufacturers Monthly. Dr. Ahmed offered it to The TRIZ Journal to be used by people who need a short explanation of what TRIZ is, and … Read More

USIT Operators For Solution Generation In TRIZ: Clearer Guide To Solution Paths

18/03/2005 |

Toru Nakagawa Osaka Gakuin University, Japan e-mail:

Abstract The biggest reason for slow penetration of TRIZ into industries in Western countries is that very rich contents of TRIZ knowledge bases and individual methods of problem solving have been tried … Read More

40 principles as a problem finder

15/03/2005 |

Ik-Cheol Kim(Ivan Kim) General Consultant; TecInfo, Inc. Seoul, Rep. of Korea

1. Introduction For a problem solving, TRIZ is the very useful tool. It began from 1946 by G.S. Altshuller in Russia. In early stage, it used for technical … Read More

The Integration and Strategic Use of TRIZ with the basic CPS (Creative Problem Solving) Process

12/03/2005 |

Jack Hipple Innovation-TRIZ Tampa, FL USA 813-994-9999

When the TRIZ Inventive Problem Solving process and its tool kit are introduced into an organization, they invariably encounter a host of processes and tools already in place. While it has been … Read More

TRIZ Development Model in China

06/03/2005 |

Author: Daniel K. Lau, Executive Director, Ralong Business Technology Academy. Fellow, Institution of Electrical Engineers (IEE), U.K. Adjunct Professor, University of Electronics Science & Technology of China.

Contact: Unit 2, 9/F Austin Tower, 22-26 Austin Avenue, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, … Read More

TOC and TRIZ: Using A Dual-Methodological Approach To Solve A Forest Harvesting Problem.

02/03/2005 |

Ian Conradie, Ingeser Consultores, Santiago, Chile ( or

ABSTRACT Although cut-to-length forest harvesting with harvesters and forwarders is hardly used in some parts of the world, it has many advantages over conventional harvesting systems. Research has shown that the … Read More