The Ideal Result: What It Is and How to Achieve It

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Springer Science & Business Media, Jun 26, 2012 - Science - 192 pages
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The Ideal Final Result introduces the TRIZ Inventive Problem Solving Process in a way that allows readers to make immediate use of its most basic concepts. The Ideal Final Result reviews the basics of this left brained, but at the same time, very creative process for problem solving that uses a basic algorithm developed through the study of millions of patents. As opposed to psychologically based tools relying on the generation of hundreds of ideas to be sorted through to find the few of value, TRIZ rigorously defines the problem and assists the problem owner in identifying the existing inventive principles that are already known to solve that class of problems. This book reviews the most basic of the TRIZ algorithm tools and provides templates for readers to use in analyzing their difficult problems and provides a mental framework for their solution. It also describes TRIZ techniques for basic strategic planning in a business sense.
 

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Contents

The Psychology of Innovation Attitude Adjustment
2
TRIZ Thinking and Problem Solving Tools
20
TRIZ Strategy and Analytical Tools
143
Special Tools and Techniques TRIZ Problem Modeling and Integration of TRIZ with Other Tools
166
Summary
181
Epilogue
183
Trademarks
184
Resources and Additional Reading
188
Templates for Your Use
189
Index
197
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