"Dear Basu, Manotosh -
I can't agree that TRIZ is hard. TRIZ is complex, but not hard. It seems to be difficult to learn and understand due to many confused and distorted presentations of TRIZ by non-competent TRIZ authors and trainers, who, in…"
Innovation is all about problem solving, and we all have problems that are being solved by others, or remain as a problem on our mind.The best way to learn something is to actually practice that, and what else than solving a problem we see using TRIZ
"Not surprising. Every TRIZ trend has an "anti-trend": all depends on the demands of ideality. Dynamization -> anti-dynamization, coordination -> decoordination, mono - bi - poly -> mono, expansion -> convolution; etc...…"
let me add something to your discussion. First of all, I'd like to note that perception and understanding of TRIZ might differ - even among TRIZ "gurus" since TRIZ is emprical science based on heuristics; and in addition,…"
"Thanks Kumar for a great reference; it’s a very good and illustrative article. Malcolm Gladwell is an excellent author, and I also recommend his other books – “Tipping Point”, “Blink”, “Outliers”. In…"
"A small addition to avoid confusion: in my first post when I was talking about a very limited number of the most ideal solutions to the same problem I also meant identical conditions and identical suprsystem."
"Thanks Shankar, it is true what you said, and there is more regarding ideality.
Today (at least, in xTRIZ) we use a slightly modified definition for the degree of ideality than in classical TRIZ. In classical TRIZ the degree of ideality is a sum of…"
"I do not think that TRIZ itself is a contradiction, and let me explain why.
If we look at the history of evolution of sciences and technology, we will find a lot of examples, especially from the 19th-20th centuries as the same ideas or solutions…"
"Hi Murali, absolutely no problem - in real life, many TRIZ trends can act together at the same time and sometimes they can overlap each other.
Consumer ideality is a complex factor and depends a lot of individual perception, habits, emotions, etc.…"
"Hi Murali, it is not a "mono-bi-poly" example, but it is example of the Trend of Transition to Microlevel, often known as segmentation. Under specific conditions, we can gain more control and make our system more ideal by fragmenting…"
"I do not think that these companies are intentionally introduce contradictions - that would be a dangerous game unless we talk about non-technical areas. In fact, these companies fill in the existing market niches, which might be small but still…"
"Hi Ellen, welcome. It is my interpretation of the original Fantogramma, but I tried to follow the original work as much as possible. Altshuller also mentioned that the main task of creating "Fantogrammas" was to develop creative…"
"Just to add: if anyone who is interested in what Fantogramma is, there is my short article-tutorial on Fantogramma:
It is not directly for creating plots, but is a nice tool to generate novel science-fiction (and…"
Probably you read my last comment in your discussion about the flexible pen? Then my question is – what is a supersystem’s niche for such a car? Can we identify it? And does it exist? If yes, then such a car might be ideally…"
"A great story, Bala! It also perfectly shows our mental inertia at work - if something can't be done during both night and day, we quickly jump to a conclusion that it can never be done...
Prakash, you are right, contradictions have been with…"
Good to see you again and have you hear. Welcome to TRIZ India community. I look forward to your support in educating, entertaining, and enlightening the TRIZ enthusiastic with your vast knowledge in this field.
I have already used some of your stuffs available from website here.. :)
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