TRIZ – 40 Inventive Principles ~ Contradiction Algorithim

£25.00 excl. VAT


 

This model follows the traditional principles of TRIZ.

  • Easy to use – providing an innovative  route to inspiration.
  • Powerful results based upon proven research.
  • Simply select the feature you want to improve and then select the contradiction – the model indicates the most suitable inventive principle to use.
  • Easy integration with your own Spreadsheets / Workbooks.

 

‘The theory of inventive problem solving is based upon extensive research into real inventions. The research focused on the most significant of those inventions – where the solution to the problem was not entirely obvious and required no trade-offs. The results of which revealed that inventors worldwide sub-consciously applied a common technique – TRIZ brings together these techniques and combines them with very practical methods.’

 

TRIZ is ideal for;

• Inventive Problem Solving
• Value Engineering
• Technology Forecasting
• Generation of Innovative Solutions.
• New Product Ideas.
• Product Marketing Strategy.
• Strategic Planning.
• Genuine Innovative products.
• Enhanced innovation skills throughout the product team.
• Reduced time to market.
• Clear Message – Improved Communications.
• Easy to understand – Strategy understood at all levels.
• Improved cross functional communications.
• Improved quality, safety and reliability.

Based on the original method and material by : Genrich Altshuller the creator of Triz.

Description

TRIZ – The Theory of Inventive Problem solving…

‘The theory of inventive problem solving is based upon extensive research into real inventions. The research focused on the most significant of those inventions – where the solution to the problem was not entirely obvious and required no trade-offs. The results of which revealed that inventors worldwide sub-consciously applied a common technique – TRIZ brings together these techniques and combines them with very practical methods.’

What is TRIZ?

TRIZ is the Russian acronym for ‘Theory of Inventive Problem Solving’. It was developed by Genrich Altshuller the creator of Triz a patent investigator for the Russian Navy 1946. His research into innovation lead to a methodology which helps inventors find creative solutions to technical problems. Altshuller started his research by talking to psychologists to find the route of inventors creativity. He subsequently found that the investigations into behavioural science were not as productive as the insights gleaned from reviewing thousands of patents.
What is TRIZ Methodology?

Through his work as a patent investigator Altshuller identified patterns frequently used by in innovative patents. These patents provided solutions to contradictions and often represented a point along a repeatable line of evolution. TRIZ is a science that enables creativity to be approached systematically. Based on the analysis of tens of thousands of patents, in a classification of levels of inventions, or levels of inventive solutions (concepts), was proposed by Altshuller. There are eight laws of evolution and approximately 200 sub elements of more specific phenomenon occurring in the evolution of engineered systems.