In 1946, Soviet inventor and science fiction writer Genrich Altshuller developed a methodology called TRIZ. It became known as "the theory of inventive problem-solving" and was based on a simple premise: across different disciplines and applications, the same challenges occur again and again. Unfortunately, people keep solving nearly identical problems from scratch. The main lesson from TRIZ is this: if you understand how your innovation challenge is similar to someone else’s, you can reapply solutions that already exist, instead of reinventing the wheel time and again.
Ideascale2019-04-29T08:43:27-07:00July 12th, 2016|Categories: Enabling Factors|Tags: case study, copycat, Creativity, fuzzy front end of innovation, idea management, Ideation, innovation, inspiration, knowledge sharing, knowledge transfer, Open Innovation, Problem Solving, technology transfer, trend, TRIZ|