teaching Archives - The Triz Journal
- SYSTEMATIC BUSINESS INNOVATION: A ROADMAP
- Innovating From The Top – Method, Myth, or Madness?
- Multi-Screen Analysis for Innovation Roadmapping
There is a global desire to exploit innovation for gaining competitive advantage, and a significant effort to deploy innovation without knowing how to. Most business colleges are still pursuing entrepreneurship programs without much education in innovation. Recognition of …
About two years ago, I wrote a commentary on teaching innovation as it has been my passion to pursue, source of inspiration, and reason to develop teachable innovation methods. About the same time I also started teaching Business Innovation. …
The TETRIS project, funded by the European community within the Lifelong Learning Program, aims at producing and testing TRIZ educational materials that are suitable for learners from 14 years and older.
The system operator is a powerful tool when used as part of the integrated TRIZ methodology, but it is also a simple tool that beginners can use very quickly.
Present education often has a dysfunctional approach in that it gives students knowledge and examples of how to solve problems using that knowledge, and then assumes that the student will understand how to solve further problems in that domain.
Methods of Teaching TRIZ Principles Through an Example
Nelly Kozyreva, TRIZ teacher, firstname.lastname@example.org Elena Novitskaya, designer, email@example.com
The Altshuller-formulated principles of resolving contradictions are the most popular TRIZ tool. How is it …
Julian FV Vincent, Centre for Biomimetics, The University of Reading, UK firstname.lastname@example.org Darrell Mann, Industrial Fellow, Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Bath, Bath, BA2 7AY, UK, Phone: +44 (1225) 826465, Fax: +44 (1225) 826928 D.L.Mann@bath.ac.uk
As an initial …
By: Daniel Raviv
Note: This paper was first published as “Teaching Inventive Thinking”, Recent Advances in Robotics Conference http://cimar.me.ufl.edu/FLA99/papers.html University of Florida, April 29-30, 1999. After a brief introduction of the method, students become very fruitful in generating many good …