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This is the second edition of the Michael Orloff's successful practical introduction to TRIZ (Theory of Inventive Problem Solving) - a strategy and methods for breaking out of rigid thought patterns to achieve truly creative engineering solutions. Written for self-study, the book provides the reader in the most vivid and systematic manner with the key ideas, techniques, and paradigms of the quite complex TRIZ method. The author is experienced in many practical applications of TRIZ in various fields.
By enabling the reader to search for and find ideas more efficiently, this book is of extreme practical importance to developing engineers and planners in all areas of modern technology. In particular, young graduates involved in innovative technical projects will benefit a lot, since it gives exact "standard" algorithms and practical templates for problem solutions.
TRIZ turns inventing into a controllable and systematic process. Within technology-oriented companies and institutions, these powerful methods can help to foster innovation through an extraordinary efficient and learn management of knowledge and data. In fact, TRIZ makes available all the inside creative knowledge of all the patents world-wide that can be used for the solution of new practical problems.
Content Level »Professional/practitioner
Keywords »Altshuller - Creativity - Engineering Design - Idea - Innovation - Inventing - Navigator - Re-invention - TRIZ - Theory of Inventive Problem Solving - design - development - problem solving - technology