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Life Cycle Management

| On 01, Jan 2010

Message: 2022
Posted by: Bo Radmer
Posted on: Thursday, 5th May 2011


TRIZ is great for solving identified problems. But how do I use TRIZ on Life Cycle managment issues. There are no current problems, I just want to do some minor changes to keep my product interresting for some extra years on the market.

How do I handle this task with TRIZ?


Message: 2023
Posted by: Michael Lyubomirskiy
Posted on: Thursday, 5th May 2011


Products can be routinely improved by identifying functions that they perform suboptimally and then solving the problem called “how do I make so-and-so function perform better”. Better, cheaper, easier etc. To do that, you first need to identify the functions performed by system components on other components and on entities outside the system. Then you identify the underperforming or harmful functions and work to improve or eliminate them.

If you want more specifics, it helps to be more specific yourself 🙂


Message: 2027
Posted by: C Nikulin
Posted on: Saturday, 14th May 2011


Dear all:

Every product comes with a problem or need and thereby creating a useful feature that helps solve this problem. The evolution laws allow you to generate new proposals for changes through analysis of laws and / or assumptions.
A good work on this theme are the papers of Cascini, Network evolution Trends, you can generate scenarios of evolution through the study of patents, useful features, benchmarks and analysis of resources, resulting in a strategic direction for your product.

another author of which is based on the concepts are the papers deCavallucci, you can get that information in ISI web.Every product comes with a problem or need and thereby creating a useful feature that helps solve this problem. The evolution laws allow you to generate new proposals for changes through analysis of laws and / or assumptions.
A good work on this theme are the papers of Cascini, Network evolution Trends, you can generate scenarios of evolution through the study of patents, useful features, benchmarks and analysis of resources, resulting in a strategic direction for your product.

Another author of which is based on the concepts are the papers of Cavallucci, you can get that information in ISI web.

cheers