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Note: This paper expands on a previous version delivered at the ETRIA2015 conference in Berlin, GE.
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Cognitive scientists have a new model of how the thinking brain works in problem solving, called the …
Originally published by Mike Carter in Questline July 30, 2015
A significant portion of our work days can involve problem solving. Many work challenges present themselves as apparent contradictions. How can I establish a personal relationship with each of my …
Originally presented at the 13th ETRIA TRIZ Future Conference (TFC2013), held on Oct. 29-31, 2013 at Ecole Nationale d’Arts et Metiers of Paris, Paris, France; Proceedings, pp. 705-715
‘Creativity techniques’ and ‘Problem solving methods’, including TRIZ, have been studied and practiced actively in …
Dear TRIZ experts,I am a PhD student at a UK university whose research is focusing onexploring the use of the theory of inventive problem solving in design.As far as we know, TRIZ has b
Efficiency and effectiveness of TRIZ for solving non-technical problems appears to be much lower than what is used for technical problem solving. The absence of pointers to effects for non-technical problem solving should be one of the main causes.
USIT, introduced to Japan in 1999, has been accepted as an easy, unified process for problem solving in industries and as the next generation of TRIZ. The solution generation methods of TRIZ have been reorganized into a system of USIT operators.
Michael S. Slocum
We are accustomed to solving problems using a linear two-step process. This process is as simple as problem » solution. Our psychological bias is the foundation for our ability to solve problems using this simple process. We have an …
Historically, each TRIZ tool was developed (and could be used) independently for problem solving. That is why each tool had its own mini-algorithm. This work is a revision of the main TRIZ tools so that they work together as parts of the same system.
The ‘Four-Box Scheme’ of problem solving has long been regarded as a standard in TRIZ. A new ‘Six-Box Scheme’ is proposed and compared to the old.
Contradiction Matrix and the 40 Principles for Innovative Problem Solving
1 PAGE-CREATIVE PROBLEM SOLVING FOR SIX SIGMA: How to Use the Template of Six Sigma-Brainstorming Pool for Facilitating and Enhancing Six Sigma Projects14/10/2006 | Editor
By Dr. Rod King (firstname.lastname@example.org)
1. Trends in the Evolution of Six Sigma Six Sigma is undoubtedly the most popular methodology for systematic problem solving in business. The Six Sigma methodology was developed at Motorola in the 1980s. Six Sigma …
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Introduction TRIZ was originally derived from the analysis of patents related to …
Why Reinvent The Wheel? The Efficacy Of Systematic Problem Solving Method TRIZ And Its Value For Innovation In Engineering And Its Implications For Engineering Management12/08/2006 | Editor
By: Dr. Paul R. Filmore, Dr. Pete Thomond Dr. Paul R. Filmore firstname.lastname@example.org Senior Lecturer School of Computing, Communications & Electronics University of Plymouth UK
And Dr. Pete Thomond email@example.com Innovation Consultant The Insight Centre Ltd UK
ABSTRACT The engineering …
A New Paradigm for Creative Problem Solving: Six-Box Scheme in USIT without Depending on Analogical Thinking15/05/2006 | Editor
Toru Nakagawa Osaka Gakuin University, Japan
First Presented at The 27th Annual Conference of the Japan Creativity Society held on October 29-30, 2005 at National Center of Sciences, Tokyo (in Japanese); Posted in the TRIZ Home Page in Japan on …