Wednesday, June 15, 2011


TRIZ Tweets

For those readers who aren't Twitter followers, I'm aggregating the last week of my tweets.   Some people use these to test themselves on applications of TRIZ concepts, some to challenge me or the generators of the ideas about the solutions.    Frequently I cite lists (10 best, 50 best, etc.) but be warned--the criteria for "best" are frequently NOT TRIZ criteria.   I use these lists to stimulate discussion, not to endorse any particular approach to solving a problem.  The discipline required for 140 character posts was irritating when I started this, but has become a useful tool--if I can't interest people in a topic with 140 characters, maybe I don't understand it well enough?     If you would like to get these observations and comments one at a time, go to and "follow"  me  @ellendomb.

This week's tweets:  Separate storage and energy discharge functions of a battery, many benefits, #TRIZ separation principles example Nice #TRIZ case by Jack Hipple, how Boeing solved an aircraft assembly problem using agricultural equipment.  Some serious, some trivial, but emphasis is on the process of creating important questions Good ideas about questions as the stimulus for innovation. But he misses #TRIZ ?s, especially ideal final result  For #TRIZ practice, ask what problem is solved by these "gadgets of the month" = very few high ideality this group. Videos from the Edison Awards, some #TRIZ - related, some not, good practice. #TRIZ challenge: what problem does this solve for I-phone users who want good camera performance? Would U invest?

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