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TRIZ for Engineers: Enabling Inventive Problem Solving
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Karen Gadd has been teaching TRIZ and problem solving with engineering teams from major companies for over 13 years. Her mission is to make TRIZ learning straightforward and the TRIZ Tools easy to use. She has worked on nothing but TRIZ since discovering and learning its power to give us all the routes, to all the solutions, to all engineering problems. In 1998 Karen started Oxford Creativity to concentrate on developing simple and practical TRIZ problem solving for the European market. Karen has taken TRIZ to major companies including Rolls-Royce, British Nuclear Group, Bentley Motors, BAE Systems, Nissan, Pilkington, Borealis and Sanofi Aventis. Oxford Creativity is now well established as one of the world's top TRIZ companies and has helped to make TRIZ well known and widely used throughout Europe and encouraged top companies to create expert TRIZ teams for innovative problem solving. Karen studied Mechanical Engineering at Imperial College, and has an MBA from London Business School. After working in strategy and corporate planning in the City of London she returned to live in Oxford and was a tutor at Oxford's Business School the European School of Management ESCP-EAP (based in Paris, Oxford, Madrid and Berlin). From 1995-2002 she was a Governor of Coventry University. Karen's career has been dedicated to creating new enterprises which make a difference - she founded both MUSIC at OXFORD and the European Union Baroque Orchestra and ran both for over ten years and raised millions in corporate sponsorship to make their activities possible. These successful music organisations still flourish. MUSIC at OXFORD transformed Oxford's music scene and is now approaching its 30th season of top professional classical concerts. EUBO has celebrated 25 years of launching the careers of talented young musicians and has been so successful in its mission, that there are now former EUBO students in every major professional baroque ensemble in the world. Karen launched Oxford Creativity to make TRIZ accessible to everyone and transform and launch careers of TRIZ enthusiasts and champions. There are now thousands of engineers who have learned TRIZ from Karen and who intelligently daily apply TRIZ to solve difficult technical and scientific problems. Karen is long married, has four children and three grandchildren lives happily in Oxford and the Lake District. Karen has recently become a director of the Orchestra of St.John's and concerts and singing are still part of her interests and activities.
About the Author. Foreword (Ric Parker of Rolls-Royce). Introduction. PART ONE: TRIZ Logic and the tools for innovation and clarity of thought. 1. TRIZ Tools for Creativity and Clever Solutions. 1.1. What is TRIZ? 1.2. Who uses TRIZ and why? 1.3. TRIZ and other problem solving toolkits. 1.4. Innovation Fool's Gold or TRIZ? 1.5. What does TRIZ offer? 1.6. How TRIZ works. 1.7. The Golden rule of TRIZ. 1.8. The TRIZ Toolkit. 1.9. TRIZ Creativity tools. 1.10. TRIZ Creativity Triggers (to be applied at any/ all stages as required). 1.11. Creativity Prompts - Smart Little People & Size-Time-Cost. 1.12. Size -Time - Cost for visualising solutions. 1.13. Problem Challenge. 1.14. TRIZ for everyone no matter what your creativity. 1.15. History of TRIZ Science and Engineering Standing on the Shoulders of Giants. 1.16. Reasons to use TRIZ. 2. The TRIZ Knowledge Revolution to access all the world's known solutions. 2.1. Problem Solving Resolving Defined Problems. 2.2. TRIZ problem solving accessing known and proven answers. 2.3. Our knowledge is not enough! 2.4. How many answers are there to the world s problems? 2.5. TRIZ Conceptual Solutions 4 lists. 2.6. How many types and stages of problem solving? 2.7. From Random to systematic problem solving. 2.8. Problems Vary some are easy some are difficult. 2.9. How to access our own and the world's knowledge. 2.10. The TRIZ Dictionary of the 100 world s conceptual solutions to any engineering problem. 2.11. Back to first principles. 2.12. TRIZ access to the World's Knowledge. Case Study: TRIZ in Rolls Royce. 3. Fundamentals of TRIZ Problem Solving. 3.1. What is Problem Solving? 3.2. Finding Solutions Systematic or Eureka Moments? 3.3. I'm a genius I don't need TRIZ thinking. 3.4. TRIZ shortcuts for all engineers who take the trouble to learn its processes and tools. 3.5. TRIZ conceptual solutions. 3.6. TRIZ access to fast solutions. 3.7. Locating best answers obvious only after we have found them. 3.8. Many solutions to any problem. 3.9. TRIZ for sharing solutions. 3.10. Learning TRIZ needs the logic of TRIZ. 3.11. The Logic of TRIZ Problem Solving. 3.12. Understand the problem where's the fun in that we like Solutions. 3.13. Spontaneous "BAD" Solutions. 3.14. Bad Solution parks. 3.15. TRIZ Innovation Audit Trails the importance of Hindsight in problem solving. 3.16. Audited Systematic and Problem Understanding and Solving. 3.17. TRIZ Basic logic - Improving Ideality. 3.18. Choosing Systems to meet all needs. 3.19. Systems provide functions which provide benefits. 3.20. Using the Bad Solution Park at all stages of Problem Solving. 3.21. Functions or Benefits? Functions imply how we get something but Benefits contain no solutions in their descriptions. 3.22. Avoiding Premature Solutions Ask Why? 3.23. Asking Why? and How? as practical problem tools. 3.24. HOW? 3.25. Simple Questions to ask in problem solving. 3.26. Stakeholder needs and the Ideal . 3.27. Start by imagining an ideal system. 3.28. Problem Solving at the right price with TRIZ use trimming and resources. 3.29. Business Benefits of Logical problem solving with TRIZ. 3.30. Conclusion FLASH SOLUTIONS the conclusion comes to us in a flash / a stroke of genius. 4. Thinking in Time and Scale. 4.1. Thinking in Time and Scale Talented thinking for everyone. 4.2. Three strategies to ensure that we all achieve the same level of very creative thinking like clever and creative individuals. 4.3. Time and Scale helps with all problem types. 4.4. Inventive Engineers Thinking in time and scale for system context and all requirements. 4.5. Why use Time and Scale?