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REDESIGNING THE WAY FUTURE ENGINEERS LEARN TO SOLVE INVENTIVE PROBLEMS

02/06/2016 |

Related posts:

  1. SYSTEMATIC BUSINESS INNOVATION: A ROADMAP
  2. Multi-Screen Analysis for Innovation Roadmapping
  3. ‘Best’ Inventive Principles?

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Smart Materials Solve Contradictions

02/02/2009 |

The value of smart material comes from its contradiction-solving abilities; linking the contradiction-solving material to a specific market need is critical to commercializing the product. Contradiction resolving is important to innovation.Read More

Solve the Economic Crisis

03/11/2008 |

Katie Barry

The Mexican TRIZ Association (AMETRIZ) is hosting a blog for ideas to solve the global economic crisis: http://blog.ametriz.com/.

Put that TRIZ (and other innovation methods and tools) experience to good use and submit your ideas. (And share them here, too!) … Read More

Case Study: Use TRIZ to Solve Complex Business Problems

06/10/2008 |

In this case study a direct contradiction is visible: to reduce the dependence on distributors and increase the territories and customer base (improves), which impacts (worsens) the existing revenue model, losing the customer base and adding competition.Read More

Application of Rca+ to Solve Business Problems

05/02/2007 |

This paper presents a basic process for solving business and management problems using a combination of classical TRIZ and additional techniques to organize a systematic approach to all phases of the problem solving process.Read More

How Solution Finds a Problem to Solve (Case Study)

07/05/2006 |

Dallas, Texas, USA tepl@sbcglobal.net How Solution Finds a Problem to Solve (Case Study) After graduating from university, I was concentrated on my PhD research, which was connected with practical applications of nuclear methods for technological control in construction, one of … Read More

TOC and TRIZ: Using A Dual-Methodological Approach To Solve A Forest Harvesting Problem.

02/03/2005 |

Ian Conradie, Ingeser Consultores, Santiago, Chile (ian@ingeser.cl or iancon@mi.cl)

ABSTRACT Although cut-to-length forest harvesting with harvesters and forwarders is hardly used in some parts of the world, it has many advantages over conventional harvesting systems. Research has shown that the … Read More

TRIADS: THEIR RELATIONSHIP TO TRIZ – Elaboration on the Use of Triads and TRIZ to Solve Impossible Problems and Create Next-Generation, Breakthrough Designs

10/06/1998 |

James Kowalick, Ph.D., P.E., President Renaissance Leadership Institute, Leonardo da Vinci Division P.O. Box 659, 9907 Camper Lane, Oregon House, CA. 95962 Voice 530-692-1944 ~ Fax 530-692-1946 ~ E-mail headguru@oro.net

Triads: A Simple Example of … Read More

TUTORIAL: USE OF FUNCTIONAL ANALYSIS AND PRUNING, WITH TRIZ AND ARIZ, TO SOLVE “IMPOSSIBLE – TO – SOLVE” PROBLEMS

05/12/1996 |

James F. Kowalick, PhD, PE Renaissance Leadership Institute Center for TRIZ Development P.O. Box 659, 9907 Camper Lane Oregon House, California 95962 (916) 692-1944 ~ Fax: 692-1946 headguru@oro.net

FUNCTIONS AND VALUE All phenomena – all actions – can be expressed … Read More