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Monthly Archives: April 2006

Call For Papers:

27/04/2006 |

1st Iberian & Latin American Conference on Technological Innovation Asociación Mexicana de TRIZ, A.C. September 4-7, 2006 in Puebla, Mexico Call for papers The Mexican TRIZ Association (AMETRIZ) is proposing the First Iberian and Latin American Conference on Technological Innovation … Read More

Richard Kaplan’s reply to the previous note Subject: Reply to Reply to Comments on Lettieri/Yoneyama Article

25/04/2006 |

—–Original Message—– From: Richard D. Kaplan [mailto:rdk205@Lehigh.EDU] Sent: Saturday, March 18, 2006 2:45 PM To: editor@triz-journal.com Cc: rdk205@lehigh.edu

Subject: Reply to Reply to Comments on Lettieri/Yoneyama Article First, I want to thank Mr. Lettieri and Mr. Yoneyama for receiving my … Read More

Reply to comments on the article “Su-Field: An Educational Example of Inventive Problem Solving in Electrical Engineering”

24/04/2006 |

by Antonio Cesar Lettieri, Takashi Yoneyama

As authors of the January/2006 article, “Su-Field: An Educational Example of Inventive Problem Solving in Electrical Engineering”, we would like to contribute with some additional material based on the comments by Richard Kaplan, published … Read More

Student’s Corner #4 – Miracle Of Corrugation

20/04/2006 |

Edited by: Leora C. Slocum*, Micaiah C. Slocum (13), and Hosannah M. Slocum (11) (*contact at leora@slocumfamily.org)

Can you believe that an invention can “jump” into life from a simple sheet of paper? If not, read the following text, and … Read More

“American Inventor” Television Program – Review

20/04/2006 |

by Ralph Czerepinski, PhD, and Joe Miller http://www.trizpqrgroup.com It’s only entertainment. “Reality” TV. A way for enterprising people to maybe win a million $, and get some publicity. A showcase for hustlers and con artists. Or desperate people willing … Read More

Hierarchical TRIZ Algorithms–Step J. Implement the Solution

18/04/2006 |

12th Installment- Apr 2006 Hierarchical TRIZ Algorithms is a how-to TRIZ book. It is designed to assist both beginning and advanced users. Each month, the TRIZ-Journal will publish another chapter of the book. This month’s installment includes the 10th step … Read More

Personal Report from the American Creativity Association Meeting Austin TX USA, March 22-25, 2006

18/04/2006 |

By Ellen Domb editor@triz-journal.com

I went to the American Creativity Association meeting with two purposes in mind: 1. To tell the non-TRIZ creativity people about TRIZ 2. To learn what the non-TRIZ creativity people do

As a TRIZ consultant and … Read More

Six Sigma Trends: Six Sigma in Financial Services

16/04/2006 |

Elena A. Averboukh LUSI – Centre eG ( Interdisciplinary Centre for Quality of Life and Usability Studies ) www.sixsigma-24.de

Here is a new article reflecting our on-going research on advanced tools, strategies and trends in deploying six sigma particular in … Read More

Do you have problems?

11/04/2006 |

Related posts:

  1. Welcome to the February 2009 Issue of The TRIZ Journal!
  2. TRIZ in ASQ’s New Issue
  3. Innovation in a Carbon Constrained World

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TRIZ at Bradford University – Solving a Organisational Problem using TRIZ

05/04/2006 |

Karen Gadd http://www.oxfordcreativity.co.uk/

It is not good starting the New Year with a sense of foreboding and I was dreading my first two TRIZ courses in 2006. These were at the engineering departments of Bradford University and Sheffield Hallam and … Read More

Functional Fixedness

03/04/2006 |

Roni Horowitz Roni.Horowitz@start2think.com

Functional fixedness is the inability of a problem solver to use an accessible and handy entity to accomplish task A just because this tool is associated with task B (although this entity may be very suitable to … Read More