Advances and Impacts of the Theory of Inventive Problem Solving - The TRIZ Methodology, Tools and Case Studies
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This book offers a collection of cutting-edge research on the Theory of Inventive Problem Solving (TRIZ). Introduced by Genrich Altshuller in 1956, TRIZ has since been used by engineers, inventors and creators as an essential structured innovation method at businesses and organizations around the globe. The chapters of this book showcase work by selected authors from the 'TRIZ Future' conferences, which are organized by the European TRIZ Association (ETRIA).
The chapters reflect an international mix of new ideas on TRIZ and knowledge-based innovation, highlight recent advances in the TRIZ community, and provide examples of successful collaboration between industry and academia. The book first introduces the reader to recent methodological innovations, then provides an overview of established and new TRIZ tools, followed by a collection of case studies and examples of TRIZ implementation in various scientific and social contexts.
Features ?a collection of case studies on the use of the Theory of Inventive Problem Solving (TRIZ) across various business activities
Provides a research update to various TRIZ topics
Highlights the importance and examples of TRIZ implementation
Leonid Chechurin is a Professor at Lappenranta University of Technology, Finnland. He combined academic work (St.Petersburg State Polytechnical University, Kumoh National University of Technology, Politechnico di Milano) as Professor/Visiting Professor or department head and employment by leading innovating technology companies (Samsung SDI, Samsung Electronics and LG Electronics) as a consultant/principal researcher for engineering design group. He is the editor of many books including 'Research and Practice on the Theory of Inventive Problem Solving (TRIZ)' (Springer, 2016).
Dr. Mikael Collan works as a tenured Professor of strategic finance at Lappeenranta University of Technology in Finland. His research concentrates on business modeling and application of fuzzy logic in business and industry. Mikael is an ordinary member of the Finnish Society of Sciences and Letters.