2012, XVI, 192 p. 56 illus., 32 illus. in color. With online files/update.
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Steers a middle course between those TRIZ books that are too mathematical and theoretical, and those that are too simplistic
Suited not only for engineers but also for business users
Focuses on the logical, mental part of TRIZ vs. software, algorithms, and formulas Introductory material on patterns of invention and innovation vs. optimization
Use of TRIZ in strategic thinking
The TRIZ Inventive Problem Solving Process is a left-brained, highly creative method of problem solving which uses a basic algorithm developed through the study of millions of patents. Unlike psychological tools, which rely on sorting through hundreds of ideas in order to find the valuable few, TRIZ rigorously defines the problem and helps identify existing inventive principles that have helped solve other problems of the same class. It is also an invaluable aid for strategic business planning. The Ideal Result introduces the TRIZ Inventive Problem Solving Process in a way that allows readers to make immediate use of its most basic concepts. This book reviews the basic TRIZ algorithm tools, provides templates for analyzing your own difficult problems, and helps establish mental frameworks for finding your own solutions.
Content Level »Research
Keywords »Creation - Dynamism - Ideal Final Result - Innovation - Invention - TRIZ - Trimming - Upward System Integration