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Monthly Archives: April 2005

Opportunity to contribute to developing improved understanding of the use of TRIZ in software development

27/04/2005 |

Recently growing interest in the application of TRIZ for software problems has prompted others to contribute to the original list of software analogies of the 40 inventive principles published back in 2001 by Kevin C. Rea. (Please see the archives) … Read More

Journal for TRIZ in Engineering Design

25/04/2005 |

The Theory of Inventive Problem Solving has been widely recognized as a powerful systematic innovation technique that can be applied to a wide array of disciplines. The aim of the Journal of TRIZ in Engineering Design is to provide an … Read More

Special issue of the magazine Creativity and Innovation Management

20/04/2005 |

Guest Editor: Martin Möhrle

EDITORIAL ARTICLES

What is TRIZ? From Conceptual Basics to a Framework for Research MARTIN G. MOEHRLE

New and Emerging Contradiction Elimination Tools DARRELL MANN

The Integration of TRIZ with Other Ideation Tools and Processes … Read More

Software Process Improvement -TRIZ and Six Sigma (40 Principles Usage for level 2 inventions)

19/04/2005 |

Garikapati Pavan Kumar Email: pavan.garikapati@patni.com

ABSTRACT This paper proposes an innovative application of Theory of Inventive Problem Solving (TRIZ) and Six Sigma for software process improvement. Use of contradiction matrix and 40 principles readily help in developing the solutions for … Read More

EMS Models: Adaptation Of Engineering Design Black-Box Models For Use In TRIZ

16/04/2005 |

Madara Ogot Engineering Design Program, and Department of Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering The Pennsylvania State University University Park, PA 16802, USA madaraogot@psu.edu

Abstract The Theory of Inventive Problem Solving (TRIZ) has been widely recognized as a powerful systematic innovation technique … Read More

Machine of Luck

16/04/2005 |

By Gennady Kizevich@list.ru Machines should work. People should think. IBM Pollyanna Principle When you try to prove to someone that a machine won’t work, it will. Willoughby’s Law

Attempts to create the machine for instant moving through the space (or … Read More

Innovation management methods and tools for sustainable product service systems (With a Case Study)

13/04/2005 |

Corresponding author: Ahmad Abdalla South-Westphalia University of Applied Sciences Luebecker Ring 2 59494 Soest, Germany Tel.: +49 (0) 2921 378414 Fax: +49 (0) 2921 378404 Email: Abdalla@innopse.de

Co-authors: Berthold Bitzer South-Westphalia University of Applied Sciences Luebecker Ring 2 59494 Soest, … Read More

A Case Study of Substance Field Analysis and Resource Analysis; Development of New Mosquito Traps

10/04/2005 |

Kyeong-Won, Lee CTO on TRIZ Consulting at KID (Korea Item Development) Inc. & Associate Professor at Dept. Mechanical Design, Korea Polytechnic University

Abstract New mosquito traps were developed by substance-field analysis and resource analysis. At the concept development the useful … Read More

Working with Innovative Principles of Science, Engineering, Business and Everyday Life: Expanding on Altshuller’s 40 Principles

07/04/2005 |

By Dana W. Clarke, Certified TRIZ Specialist dclarke@aia-consulting.com © 2005 Applied Innovation Alliance, LLC

Genrich Altshuller developed one of the primary sources of innovative principles between 1946 and 1973. Genrich’s 40 principles were developed as a result of his research … Read More

40 Inventive Principles in Marketing, Sales and Advertising

03/04/2005 |

Editor’s note: Gennady Retseptor is the author of very popular articles on examples of the 40 principles in microelectronics and quality management. This article starts to collect examples from sales, marketing, advertising and negotiation—the editors have added a few more … Read More