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This month we welcome Marco de Carvalho and Paul Filmore to The TRIZ Journal’s editorial panel. Each has been a contributor of articles in the past and we look forward to their continuing to bring their expertise to The TRIZ Journal as authors and editors.
"From Russia, With Love" is more than just the name of a James Bond movie! This month, it also means that we have reports from the happenings at this year’s TRIZ Developers Summit in St. Petersburg.
Beverages are this month’s unexpected theme – liquids from vending machines and cappuccinos to be exact, making them more accessible and with less hassle. This month’s bounty also includes looks at how TRIZ fits in and around other tools and techniques.
Some issues of The TRIZ Journal have unexpected themes. This month we have two: 1) offices and 2) conference papers that needed to reach broader audiences.
There is a lot of information to share this month. We’ve got company news, conference reports and news, a reminder that we’re always on the hunt for new article submissions, and that’s without all of this month’s articles!
This month’s issue includes an inclusive theory of innovation, designing "consummate" systems, a demonstration of the success of TRIZ in a corporation, examining the history and evolution of the Gallic harvester and forecasting the future.
This month’s articles feature a case study on silicone technology, using soggy pizza to teach the system operator, placing TRIZ appropriately in the world of science, directing innovative approaches and looking at perturbation theory in physics.
Last month, a reader suggested that each issue of The TRIZ Journal include a round-up of mentions of TRIZ in other literature. The good news is that we already do this – on a daily basis!
Happy New Year! It was one year ago that we re-designed The TRIZ Journal. Do not forget to check back frequently throughout the month for new commentaries, discussion forum posts, new events and job listings.
TRIZ in space! TRIZ under water! TRIZ in windows! TRIZ is everywhere this November! With a successful case study on the success of efficiency improvements to making sure that your business is adequately prepared for potential problems, TRIZ is there.
It’s that time again – a new issue of The TRIZ Journal! But as usual, the articles in this month’s issue are from a mix of authors covering classical TRIZ, a service taxonomy, logic, medicine and a look at systematic innovation outside of TRIZ.
As ever, this month’s articles represents an array of topics and TRIZ subjects to keep readers busy. From toothpaste to carbon, to drilling to voids, TRIZ proves useful in any environment.
August is yet another month full of TRIZ news and stories to share. As ever, we share articles that cover a variety of TRIZ topics, including a TRIZ game for children, a different way to look at su-field analysis and another paper presented at TRIZCON2007.
It’s hard to believe, but it has been six months since we re-launched The TRIZ Journal! We’re pleased to not only have expanded our list of contributing authors but to have welcomed back authors who helped make our first 10 years a remarkable success.
Editor Katie Barry wrote commentaries reporting on her four days at the Front End of Innovation conference in May. Editors Ellen Domb and Michael Slocum – along with other commentators – regularly share their thoughts and insights, too.
At April’s TRIZCON2007, sponsored by the Altshuller Institute, Ellen Domb presented the history of the TRIZ Journal (and the celebration of its 10th anniversary) showing how TRIZ was used to solve the challenges of starting an online journal.
As you may have noticed, Real Innovation added a new commentator to our team last week – Praveen Gupta.
A business innovation teacher at Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago, Praveen brings a fresh perspective to sharing the methods …
This month two themes predominate: 1) formulating a problem so that it is easy to decide which tools to use to solve the problem and 2) using familiar tools in a wide variety of applications.
The saying in the Northern Hemisphere is that March comes in like a lion and goes out like a lamb, so it makes sense that The TRIZ Journal has a roaring assortment of TRIZ papers from five countries on three continents this month.