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Monthly Archives: February 2010

Creativity and Risk-taking Competencies for Innovation

18/02/2010 |

Ellen Domb

Can you teach other people to be innovators?   Or can you teach yourself to be more innovative?   TRIZ practioners learn to generate innovative ideas, but they don’t always get their ideas adopted in their organizations.

Sarah Miller Caldicott is … Read More

Light Weight Cycle Vs Heavy Weight Cycles

18/02/2010 |

Prakasan Kappoth

I decided to be fit this year and reduce my personal carbon footprint by introducing a bicycle in my daily life. I spent more money (considering this will be a worthy, onetime investment) than I would spend in a … Read More

Attitude vs. Tools

15/02/2010 |

Jack Hipple

As an engineer and someone involved with TRIZ and innovation audits of organizations, I frequently find myself in discussions and conflicts with more right brained creativity individuals. I will define right brained as those who basically believe that in … Read More

Innovation at iSixSigma Live! in Miami

01/02/2010 |

Ellen DombiSixSigma (a corporate “big sister” publication of Real Innovation) hosts the iSixSigma Live! symposium in Miami, FL USA this week, with participation from a wide variety of Six Sigma/Lean practioners and learners. Innovation is definitely the theme of the … Read More

Welcome to the February 2010 Issue of The TRIZ Journal!

01/02/2010 |

February 2010 is chock full of news featuring the 40 Inventive Principles of TRIZ. Explore how they apply to electrical power and how the inventive principles of TRIZ work with human factors and ergonomics.Read More