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Multi-level Problem Solving

01/01/2007 |

Multi-level Problem Solving (MPS) is different from TRIZ despite the heavy TRIZ influence. The MPS is a skeleton of short algorithms, forming the basis for future discussion and development.Read More

The Real World: TRIZ In Two Hours For Undergraduate And Masters Level Students!

05/09/2006 |

Dr. Paul R. Filmore pfilmore@plymouth.ac.uk School of Computing, Communications & Electronics University of Plymouth, UK

ABSTRACT The reality of overloaded university syllabi is very limited time for introducing challenging and comprehensive concepts like TRIZ. This paper shares experience and knowledge, … Read More

Methodology for the Evaluation of the Innovation Level of Products and Processes

18/10/2005 |

By: Noel Leon, Jose Jesus Martinez and Carlos Castillo

Noel Leon, Prof. Dr., noel.leon@itesm.mx (Presenter) José Jesús Martínez, MSc., josemartinez@itesm.mx Carlos Castillo, MSc., carlos.castillo@itesm.mx Center for Innovation of Products and Technology, Tec de Monterrey, (CIDYT, ITESM) Tel. +52 81 81582012, … Read More

The Next Common Sense: Philosophy-Level Integration of TRIZ Into an Inegrated Business And Management Innovation Process

02/02/2005 |

By: Darrell Mann Systematic Innovation Ltd darrell.mann@systematic-innovation.com

Abstract The article describes a philosophy-level integration between different innovation-related methodologies. The article illustrates the high level of convergence between techniques that have started from quite independent roots. It also describes some of … Read More

Combination of ARIZ92 and NM (Nakayama, Masakazu) Method for the 5-th level problems

02/05/2003 |

By: Yoshiki Nakamura

Yoshiki Nakamura 6-39-15,Todoroki, Setagaya, Tokyo, Japan Sanno Institute of Management e-mail:NAKAMURA_Yoshiki@hj.sanno.ac.jp

Abstract Altshuller categorized problems into 5 levels based on types of applied knowledge. The TRIZ Standard Solutions are considered to be most suitable for solving problems … Read More

Dilemma Of A Radical Innovation – A New View on the Law of Transition to a Micro-Level

14/04/1999 |

First published in the Proceedings of the Altshuller Institute TRIZCON99

Victor Fey The TRIZ Group 248-538-0136 • Fax 248-538-9207 • E-mail: trizgr@aol.com

Abstract

Transition from solid structures to fragmented or finely dispersed media is one of the prevailing trends of … Read More

CREATIVITY BREAKTHROUGHS WITH CHILDREN USING HIGHER LEVEL THINKING

01/01/1998 |

by James Kowalick, Ph.D. Technical Director

The Leonardo da Vinci Institute (a division of RLI, Inc.) P.O. Box 659, 9907 Camper Lane Oregon House, California 95962 Voice: (916) 692-1944 Fax: (916) 692-1946

Revolution … Read More