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TRIZ Journal’s November Issue

02/11/2015 |

November Issue

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 … Read More

Welcome to the November 2009 Issue of The TRIZ Journal!

02/11/2009 |

What do Dr. Deming, Hoshin-Kanri and aviation safety have in common? They are the subjects of this month’s issue of The TRIZ Journal.Read More

Welcome to the November 2008 Issue of The TRIZ Journal!

03/11/2008 |

This month’s unofficial theme is time – the past, present and future are all represented. A timeline of the development of TRIZ, TRIZ training in Japan and a look at the evolutionary potential of search engines are three topics to keep readers busy.Read More

Welcome to the November 2007 Issue of The TRIZ Journal!

05/11/2007 |

TRIZ in space! TRIZ under water! TRIZ in windows! TRIZ is everywhere this November! With a successful case study on the success of efficiency improvements to making sure that your business is adequately prepared for potential problems, TRIZ is there.Read More

Report from ETRIA TRIZ Futures Conference, November 3-5, 2004

28/12/2004 |

By: Ellen Domb and Michael Slocum editor@triz-journal.com

The Italian weather and the TRIZ community were in harmony this week—it was a glorious 3 days in Florence! Early notice: next year TRIZ Futures Conference will be in Graz, Austria—plan now to … Read More

The European TRIZ Association Meeting, November 12-14, 2003, Aachen, Germany.

02/12/2003 |

The TRIZ Journal will publish some of the papers from this meeting in the next few months. Meanwhile, we thought our readers would like to see some of the participants. New ETRIA President Denis Cavallucci welcomes the delegates.

Prof. … Read More

TRIZ Challenge – November 2003

25/11/2003 |

By: Ian Care We challenge you to use your TRIZ skills and your knowledge to help solve a humanitarian or social problem that will benefit many. In the same way that Genrich Altshuller gave us TRIZ for free, we hope … Read More