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

12/04/2002 |

Dr. Rodney K. King www.supersmartnetwork.com r.k.king@supersmartnetwork.com Copyright 2002. Dr. Rodney K. King.

Readers of The TRIZ Journal are authorized to download and make one copy of this article for personal study. No other reproduction is permitted without prior written permission … Read More

Self-Heating Container Developments Predicated on the Theory of Inventive Problem Solving

14/10/2001 |

By: Michael S. Slocum and Catherine O. Lundberg

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Book Review: “Directed Evolution: Philosophy, Theory and Practice.”

26/05/2001 |

Reviewed by Ellen Domb, Title: “Directed Evolution: Philosophy, Theory and Practice.” Authors: Boris Zlotin and Alla Zusman, edited by Victoria Roza Details: 103 pages, some in color. Soft cover. US$70. Published by Ideation International Inc., www.ideationtriz.com

Alla Zusman and Boris … Read More

TRIZ Beyond Technology: The theory and practice of applying TRIZ to non-technical areas

05/01/2001 |

By Boris Zlotin, Alla Zusman, Len Kaplan, Svetlana Visnepolschi, Vladimir Proseanic and Sergey Malkin1 Ideation International Inc © 1999 Ideation International Inc. Detroit, MI

Introduction

During the 1970s and 1980s, attempts to apply … 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

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

The Creative Person Development Theory: A review article

15/10/1998 |

Gregory Frenklach gregoryf@avx.co.il

Editor’s comments appear in italics, at Gregory’s request.

The work of building of the creative person development theory was begun nearly twenty years ago. One of the reasons to start this work … Read More

Tools from the Theory of Constraints

11/05/1997 |

Anthony R Rizzo

Email: tocguy@lucent.com

Editor’s note: Tony Rizzo is a “Jonah” – a practitioner of the Theory of Contraints and organizational improvement as taught by Elihu Goldratt, whose books “The Goal” and “It’s Not Luck” have had profound impact … Read More

USE OF THE THEORY OF INVENTIVE PROBLEM SOLVING (TRIZ) IN DESIGN CURRICULUM

12/03/1997 |

published in Innovations in Engineering Education, 1996 ABET Annual Meeting Proceedings, pp.161-164.

Eugene I. Rivin, Professor of Mechanical Engineering Wayne State University, Detroit, MI 48202 Victor R. Fey, The TRIZ Group, Southfield, MI 48076 TRIZGR@aol.com Abstract

The paper describes use … Read More