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Exploring the Theory of Inventive Problem Solving in

01/01/2010 |

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 bRead More

Exploring the Theory of Inventive Problem Solving

01/01/2010 |

“Ellen Domb” Quoting your post, I'm going to take a risk of getting thrown out of the forum, but you have been kind enough to share your research, and I want to prevent you from acting on bad infRead More

Managing Emotions: Applying the Substance-field Theory

02/06/2008 |

Substance-field theory is a powerful analytical technique in TRIZ and helps define a problem in detail and formulate solutions. This technique can also be used to manage people by modeling people and their emotions in place of substances and fields.Read More

An Overview of the General Theory of Innovation

07/04/2008 |

The company that creates a greater value for its respective market will prosper. Repeating this difference, success will be associated with that initially leading organization. It seems so simple, but is it?Read More

Perturbation Theory and Working Backward from Ideality

03/03/2008 |

Perturbation theory is a technique that appears in both classical and quantum physics, where it is often convenient to approximate the solution to a nonlinear problem. Nonlinear problems are useful in day-to-day engineering and physics situations.Read More

Queueing Theory

11/06/2007 |

Katie Barry

An article in today’s Wall Street Journal discusses the importance of queueing theory in innovation – in this case keeping product pipelines flowing in order to not be bogged down by ideas. The George Group (consultants) helped Avery Dennison Corp. … Read More

Grand Unification Theory of Business

16/04/2007 |

Michael S. Slocum

Physicists have been searching for that single formula (or set of formulas) that could explain all observances in the universe. This has been described as the search for a Grand Unified Theory (GUT, Nanopoulus, Harvard, 1978). It is … Read More

The Logistic Innovation Approach and The Theory of Inventive Problem Solving

13/01/2006 |

By: Odair Farias

ABSTRACT This paper proposes some strategic ways to logistic innovation through the Russian methodology – “Rechénia Izobretatelskih Zadátchi Theory – Triz” (Theory of Inventive Problem Solving). Assets related to logistic evolution and its definitions, as the … Read More

Theory of Inventive Problem Solving Applied To Business Process Management Projects (BPM-TRIZ)

04/01/2006 |

By: Marcelo Fabricio Prim, Luis Gonzaga Trabasso

Marcelo Fabricio Prim EMBRAER / ITA – Av. Brigadeiro Faria Lima, 2.170, São José dos Campos – SP, Brazil marceloprim@yahoo.com

Luis Gonzaga Trabasso ITA – Pça Mal. Eduardo Gomes, 50, São José dos … Read More

Transactional TRIZ, Theory, Application, and Execution, Part III: The Full System

23/11/2005 |

By: Jack Stuart Jack.Stuart@BankofAmerica.com

This series of articles will make the case for a version of TRIZ that applies for transactional, service or business applications. The first article addressed the relationship between intelligent problem analysis, creativity and components of creative … Read More

Transactional TRIZ, Theory, Application, and Execution, Part II: The Contradiction Matrix

02/10/2005 |

By: Jack Stuart Jack.Stuart@BankofAmerica.com

This series of articles will make the case for a version of TRIZ that applies for transactional, service or business applications. The first article addressed the relationship between intelligent problem analysis, creativity and components of creative … Read More

Seeking innovation in a Six-Sigma Project by applying TRIZ theory

15/09/2005 |

By: Haiyan Ru, Haibo Ru, HuangChao Haiyan Ru, sindyru@hotmail.com Haibo Ru, browruguard-register@yahoo.com.cn HuangChao, huangchao7628@yahoo.com.cn

Six-Sigma is famous for its rigorous logic based on data, which is also the reason why R&D engineers cast doubts on Six-Sigma: does data give birth … Read More

Transactional TRIZ, Theory, Application, and Execution, Part I: Theory

02/09/2005 |

By: Jack Stuart Jack.Stuart@BankofAmerica.com

This series of articles will make the case for a version of TRIZ that applies for transactional, service or business applications. The first article will address the relationship between intelligent problem analysis, creativity and components of … Read More

Book Review: Principles of Survival (A Theory of Everyday Creativity) By: Gennady Kizevich

25/03/2005 |

by Gennady Kizevich Reviewed by Michael S. Slocum, Ph.D., M.B.B., T.Sc. Details: 352 pages, paperback edition available from Amazon.com for $17 US (a bargain). This book was published by Washington House in March of 2004.

Editor’s note: So that our … Read More

Heuristics for Solving Technical Problems – Theory, Derivation, Application

16/01/2005 |

Abstract Heuristics used by engineers and scientists in solving design-type problems are the non-algorithmic, empirical tricks, tools, and techniques learned academically and from experience. They do not solve problems. Instead they give pause to look at problems in different ways … Read More

Universal Scheme of Evolution – Theory and Practice

18/06/2004 |

The transdisciplinary unification within the sciences can most fruitfully take evolution as the basic concept. The theory will describe the various phases and facets of the evolutionary process with invariant general laws. The laws will enable investigators to describe the … Read More

Empowering Six Sigma methodology via the Theory of Inventive Problem Solving (TRIZ)

20/12/2003 |

Amir H.M. Kermani B.S.c. of Industrial Engineering Faculty of Industrial Engineering of Tehran Polytechnics Expert of Iran Institute of Innovation and Technology Studies www.IIITS.org M_Kermani@iiits.org

This paper will be published in TRIZ E-Journal (www.triz-journal.com ) in early September and the … Read More

Applying TRIZ and the Theory of Ideal SuperSmart Learning to Computing Systems: Ultimate Ideal Autonomous Objects, Strategic Problem Solving, and Product Innovation

21/09/2002 |

Applying TRIZ and the Theory of Ideal SuperSmart Learning to Computing Systems: Ultimate Ideal Autonomous Objects, Strategic Problem Solving, and Product Innovation

By Dr. Rodney K. King r.k.king@supersmartnetwork.com

1. Introduction

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Measurement and Detection Standards from the Theory of Inventive Problem Solving

04/09/2002 |

This paper was first published in the proceedings of the Annual American Physical Society March Meeting, March 2002. Dr. Slocum served as the Chair of the Instrumentation and Measurements Session.

Measurement and Detection Standards from the Theory of … Read More

The Theory Of Ideal Supersmart Learning: A Versatile Holistic Framework for Rapidly Simplifying, Learning, and Applying TRIZ & Other Problem-Solving Methodologies – Parts II & III

16/04/2002 |

The Theory Of Ideal Supersmart Learning: A Versatile Holistic Framework for Rapidly Simplifying, Learning, and Applying TRIZ & Other Problem-Solving Methodologies – Parts II & III

Dr. Rodney K. King http://www.supersmartnetwork.com r.k.king@supersmartnetwork.com

Copyright 2002. Dr. Rodney K. King. Readers … Read More