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Ideation Brainstorming 2.3
has been developed to help users perform lightweight problem
solving. The product is also equipped with an introduction
to I-TRIZ to give users a taste of the methodology’s basic
principles for inventive problem solving while providing the
knowledge and skills to brainstorm ideas. The software is
structured in an easy-to-use four-step process.
Define Your Problem - Defining the system you want
to improve or create is a critical first step. Your answers
will determine the systemic level you use to consider the
problem. By describing your system’s primary function, the
supersystems it belongs to, detailing inputs and outputs of
the system, causes and critical conditions of the problem
and potential consequences if the situation does not
improve; you will create a true understanding of the
problem, identify your barriers to success and form an Ideal
Vision of the solution. Once you have accomplished this step
you are ready to move on to the next stage.
Formulate Tasks and Brainstorm - Typically when
problem-solving, contradictions will surface. The software’s
120 Inventive Principles or “operators” (patterns of
invention) represent best inventive practices that allow you
to generate a list of ideas on how to resolve contradictions
or in simpler terms - find a way to counteract any harmful
functions that may result while improving useful functions –
and move to realization of the solution’s Ideal Vision.
Develop Concepts - In step three, you’ll harness
the ideas you generated from Step two and combine them into
concepts. This segment also helps you consider resources you
may have to increase ideality.
Evaluate Results - In the final segment, you’ll
address subsequent tasks and document your solution.
Learn about the Theoretical base for Technical Inventive Problem Solving.
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