Monthly Archives: September 2008
In 2009, Real Innovation’s sister website, iSixSigma, will host its first annual Summit and Awards in Miami. Although there are some who debate whether innovation and process improvement can work together, we know that as successful as they can …
Sometime ago, I read that a new technology officer of a leading computer manufacturing company has discontinued R&D projects that go beyond 2-3 years. The top 20 or so projects were retained for generating short term revenue. Leadership in …
Paul Filmore is reporting from The Third TRIZ Symposium in Japan.———
I have arrived to my second Japan TRIZ conference near Kyoto. The official title is ‘The 4th TRIZ Symposium in Japan’. After a 12 hour flight, three trains; …
There are two meetings this week. See http://www.osaka-gu.ac.jp/php/nakagawa/TRIZ/eTRIZ/ for the full final program of the Japan TRIZ Symposium. We’ll have reports later in the week from traveler Paul Filmore.
I’m reporting this week from the Business Innovation Conference …
All children are fond of playing different games with air-filled balloons and air bubbles. This article discusses applications of balloons, some of which were developed by students.
Differentials help provide vehicular stability and mobility in sport utility and recreational vehicles, but problems exist with those currently on the market. The authors used TRIZ to evaluate a simplified ideality for a new design.
This month we welcome Marco de Carvalho and Paul Filmore to The TRIZ Journal’s editorial panel. Each has been a contributor of articles in the past and we look forward to their continuing to bring their expertise to The TRIZ Journal as authors and editors.
Based on his research, development, engineering and quality management, the author has attempted to formulate business survival imperatives using the 40 inventive principles of TRIZ. These imperatives may help developing businesses succeed and grow.
Try an integrated approach for inventive idea generation and multi-criteria decision-making. TRIZ is used for generating idea systematically for technical problems, while superiority and inferiority ranking is used for alternative selections.