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TRIZ for Non-Technical Problem Solving

02/04/2003 |

By: Ellen Domb editor@triz-journal.com Abstract: Ursprünglich entwickelte sich TRIZ aus dem Studium von Evolutionstrends oder Strukturen der technologischen Veränderungen, die sich bei Patenten zeigten. Während jener Zeit bezogen sich Patente nur auf technische Dinge und Systeme – nicht für … Read More

Book Review: Simplified TRIZ: New Problem-Solving Applications for Engineers & Manufacturing Professionals

03/06/2002 |

Book Review: Simplified TRIZ: New Problem-Solving Applications for Engineers & Manufacturing Professionals

Dr. Michael S. Slocum and Ms. Catherine Lundberg* Ontro, Inc.

Title: Simplified TRIZ: New Problem-Solving Applications for … Read More

“Where is the Rabbit?” The New Model for Problem Solving and How to Use it

15/05/2002 |

“Where is the Rabbit?” The New Model for Problem Solving and How to Use it

By Kalevi Rantanen TRIS OY Brahenk. 9 E 18 FIN-20100 TURKU, FINLAND phone/fax +358 2 251 1623 E-mail: … Read More

Systematic Win-Win Problem Solving In A Business Environment

08/05/2002 |

This paper was presented at the Altshuller Institute Conference, TRIZCON2002, April 29, 2002, St. Louis, MO, USA. It answers the questions that were raised in the review of the CreaTRIZ’ 2.2 software, in the March issue of The TRIZ Journal. … Read More

Use of Altshuller’s Matrix for solving slag problems related to steering knuckle (second part)

01/04/2002 |

TRIZ case study in firm of Mexico

Edgardo CORDOVA LOPEZ Germain LACOSTE Jean-Marc LE LANN

Related posts:

  1. Use of Altshuller’s Matrix for Solving Slag Problems Related to Steering Knuckle (Part I of II)
  2. Report from the 2nd IberoAmerican Technological … Read More

Use of Altshuller’s Matrix for Solving Slag Problems Related to Steering Knuckle (Part I of II)

15/03/2002 |

Use of Altshuller’s Matrix for Solving Slag Problems Related to Steering Knuckle (Part I of II)

TRIZ case study in the process industry

Edgardo CORDOVA LOPEZ INSTITUT NATIONAL … Read More

The Integration And Use Of Myers Briggs Profiles With A TRIZ Problem Solving Session

24/01/2002 |

The Integration And Use Of Myers Briggs Profiles With A TRIZ Problem Solving Session

Jack Hipple Principal Innovation-TRIZ, Inc. Tampa, FL www.innovation-triz.com jwhinnovator@earthlink.net

When TRIZ is brought into an organization, it … Read More

Structural Scheme For Solving a Problem Using TRIZ

10/01/2002 |

Structural Scheme For Solving a Problem Using TRIZ

Samsung Advanced Institute of Techology

N. Shpakovsky, PhD, TRIZ consultant of SAMSUNG (South Korea). nick_sh2000@mail.ru V. Lenjashin, TRIZ consultant of SAMSUNG (South Korea). vassili@samsung.com … Read More

TRIZ-based Innovation Principles and a Process for Problem Solving in Business and Management

16/12/2001 |

TRIZ-based Innovation Principles and a Process for Problem Solving in Business and Management

This paper was first published in the proceedings of the European TRIZ Association, November 2001

Bruno Ruchti DIWINGS AG, Management Consultants CH-4603 Olten 3, Switzerland … Read More

A New TRIZ Practitioner’s Experience for Solving an Industrial Problem using ARIZ 85C: Increasing a Textile Kiss-Coat Operation Speed

15/01/2001 |

By: Frank Grace, Dr. Slocum, and Dr. Clapp

By Frank C. Grace

TE 589A Theory of Inventive Problem Solving (TRIZ)

Fall 2000

Professors: Dr. Michael Slocum … Read More

Theory of Inventive Problem Solving Pedagogy in Engineering Education, Part II

19/12/2000 |

First published in the proceedings of TRIZCON2000, May, 2000.

Timothy G. Clapp, Ph.D., P.E. Professor College of Textiles North Carolina State University Raleigh, NC 27695 (919) 515-6566 tclapp@tx.ncsu.edu

Michael S. Slocum, Ph.D.* Chief Scientist and Engineer … Read More

Effective Approaches to Solving Technical Problems by Combining TRIZ with VE

27/07/2000 |

By: Manabu Sawaguchi

Abstract In this paper, I propose the practical and effective approach to create the highly innovative solutions by applying the concept of contradiction solution of TRIZ to the functional approach of VE. To be more concrete, firstly … Read More

Situation analysis – a must first step in a problem solving process

25/04/2000 |

Mark G. Barkan Principal, Concept Catalysts, Inc. mark@concept-catalysts.com

The thoughts in this paper are the result of many years of attempts at solving various problems, technical and “soft”. These thoughts have been discussed with my fellow … Read More

Solving the Problems of Particle Filled Fibers TRIZ Methodology

19/10/1999 |

Stan Batchelor North Carolina State University May 3,1999 TE 589A

Dr. Tim Clapp Professor, NCSU Dr. Michael Slocum Adjunct Assistant Professor, NCSU Slocum1946@aol.com

Abstract

Presented are the TRIZ methodologies and results … Read More

Solving Problems With Method of the Ideal Result

14/07/1999 |

First published in the Proceedings of the 11th Quality Function Deployment Symposium,Novi, MI, USA, June, 1999

IouriBelskiDepartmentof Communication and Electronic Engineering,Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology University, Melbourne, Victoria,Australia.Fax: +61 3 9662 1060; E-mail: iouri.belski@rmit.edu.au

Problem-Solving Systems: What’s Next after TRIZ?

10/03/1999 |

(With an Introduction to Psychological Inertia and Other Barriers to Creativity)

James Kowalick, President, Renaissance Leadership Institute Voice: (530) 692-1944 ~ Fax: (530) 692-1946 ~ E-mail: headguru@oro.net

INTRODUCTION A history of systems, techniques and approaches for solving problems is presented … Read More

Book Review: Solving Problems with TRIZ: An Exercise Handbook

03/03/1999 |

Review by Ellen Domb,

Solving Problems with TRIZ: An Exercise Handbook by Vladis Kosse, Ph.D., is published by Ideation International Inc., and can be ordered through the Products and Services section of The TRIZ Journal ($50, paperback.) This book is … Read More

Problem-Solving and Other Antidotes for Psychological Inertia

03/01/1999 |

by James Kowalick, President Renaissance Leadership Institute and TRIZ University (www.trizuniversity.com) (530) 692-1944 ~ E-mail: headguru@oro.net

When there is a “difficult” problem to solve, the problem is difficult just because there is usually some barrier that prevents … Read More

Theory of Inventive Problem Solving Pedagogy in Engineering Education, Part I

18/11/1998 |

By Timothy G. Clapp, Ph.D., P.E. Professor College of Textiles North Carolina State University Raleigh, NC 27695 (919) 515-6566 tclapp@tx.ncsu.edu

Michael S. Slocum, Ph.D.* Principal and Chief Scientist, The Inventioneering Company 2820 Drake Avenue Costa Mesa, CA 92626 … Read More

Reversability of the 40 Principles of Problem Solving

02/05/1998 |

Todd Williams 3M Corporation, St. Paul, MN trwilliams@mmm.com

Ellen Domb The TRIZ Institute, 190 N. Mountain Ave., Upland, CA 91786 USA +1(909)949-0857 FAX +1(909)949-2968 ellendomb@compuserve.com

The 40 Principles of problem solving are among the oldest tools of … Read More