issue Archives - The Triz Journal
Hello fellow TRIZ readers,
Welcome to another exciting issue for The TRIZ Journal. This month was very busy as we launched and fine-tuned the first TRIZ Journal digital tool – the Contradiction Matrix Beta.
This month brings very special …
Hello fellow TRIZ readers. This has been an interesting month as we continue working our ambitious to-do list with the TRIZ expert database, webinars and other digital content, and all-encompassing TRIZ events list. We are also working …
The November Issue of The TRIZ Journal features three unique additions to the community: one expands our diverse reach into the 40 Principles for industries and the other two focus on how TRIZ can play a significant role …
THE TRIZ JOURNAL MONTHLY ISSUE IS BACK!
We’re excited to resume monthly issues for The TRIZ Journal, starting with this month’s August issue featuring three recent articles. As the TRIZ Journal evolves, so will our monthly issues. With your …
One of this month’s articles uses ARIZ as an excellent tool to solve problems. And the other explores a set of patents and patent applications that teach various aspects of and proposed improvements on classical TRIZ.
In May and June I had the opportunity to listen to several innovation leaders speak about the methods and tools of systematic innovation – Dr. George Land, Dr. Phil Samuel and The TRIZ Journal’s founding editor, Dr. Ellen Domb.
June’s issue features a few returning authors: "TRIZ & Ultrasonic-aided Electrical Discharge Machining by Professor V.S. Sreebalaji and Dr. R. Saravanan. And "Demonstrating Contradictions in a GUI" by Umakant Mishra.
April’s issue is small, but it deals with a big topic – airplane wings! Prashant Y. Joglekar examines "TRIZ and Fuel Saving Winglets."
March 2010 gets a fresh start with an update on the physical contradictions of skis as a poorly functioning system. And a report on the first Israeli TRIZ Conference.
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.
We begin 2010 with one new author and one returning author – an appropriate mix of old and new for the beginning of a new year and a new decade.