The 5 Innovation Templates of TRIZ

June 2006
Manager: British Journal of Administrative Management;Jun/Jul2006, Issue 53, p29
Academic Journal
The article presents five innovation templates of TRIZ, a Russian acronym for Theory of Inventive Problem Solving. These five techniques are aimed at defining a particular problem as a system and distinguishing elements in the system which need correction towards attaining desired solution. These TRIZ-based innovative approaches are simply intended to offer some structure to the brainstorming process, not for mechanically employed innovation method. These innovation templates include subtraction, multiplication, division, task unification, and attribute dependency change.


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