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Table Of Contents

Why Do People Seek New Ways to Solve Problems?
1.1 Introduction
1.2 Why Are Good Ideas Rejected?
1.3 Common Features of Good Solutions
1.4 A New Approach to Problem Solving Is Needed
1.5 Summary
References
2.1 Introduction
2.2 Contradiction
2.2.1 Difficult Problems Contain Contradictions
2.3 Resources
2.4 The Ideal Final Result
2.5 Patterns of Evolution
2.6 Innovative Principles across Industries
2.7 Other Concepts and Tools
2.8 Why Introduce This Model?
2.9 Summary
Clarify the Tradeoff behind a Problem
3.1 Introduction
3.2 What Are Tradeoffs and Inherent Contradictions?
3.2.2 Inherent Contradiction
3.3 Why Analyze Tradeoffs?
3.4 Defining the Tradeoff
3.4.1 Tool and Object
3.4.2 Tradeoffs Everywhere
3.4.3 Different Models of the Tradeoff
3.4.4 Features
3.5 An Abundance of Tradeoffs
3.5.1 Where Does the Tradeoff Appear?
3.5.5 How to Identify the Right Problems to Solve
3.6 From the Problem to the Tradeoff
3.7 Summary
4.3 How to Intensify the Inherent Contradiction
4.4 Examples
4.5 Summary
Mapping of Invisible Reserves
5.1 Introduction
5.2 Invisible Reserves
5.3 Using the Concept of Resources
5.3.1 Getting Ideas
5.3.2 Solving Contradictions
5.3.3 Forecasting the Evolution of Technology
5.5 The Most Important Resource Groups
5.5.1 Resources of the Tool and the Object
5.5.2 Resources of the Environment
5.5.3 Using the Macrolevel
5.5.4 The Microlevel Resources
5.5.5 Time Resources
5.5.6 Space Resources
5.5.7 Other Resources
5.6 When Resources Are in Use but Should Be Rediscovered
5.7 Summary
6.1 Introduction
6.2 The Law of Increasing Ideality
6.3 Constructing Solutions from Resources
6.4 Summary
7.1 Introduction
7.2 Evaluation Criteria
7.3 Measures of Evaluation
7.4 Examples of Evaluation
7.5 Improvement of the Solution
7.6 Summary
Reference
Patterns Are Powerful Tools for System Development
9.1 Introduction
9.2 The Uneven Evolution of Systems
9.3 Transition to Macrolevel
9.4 Transition to Microlevel
9.5 The Increase of Interactions
9.5.1 Simple Introduction of New Substances
9.5.2 Introduction of Modified Substances
9.5.3 Introduction of a Void
9.5.4 Introduction of Action
9.6 Expansion and Convolution
9.7 How to Use Patterns Together
9.8 Benefits from Understanding the Patterns of Evolution
9.9 Examples of the Application of Evolution Patterns
9.10 Some Nuances in the Use of Patterns
9.11 Summary
Principles for Innovation: 40 Ways to Create Good Solutions
10.1 Introduction
10.2 The General Review of 40 Principles
10.3 Segmentation, Separation (1, 2)
10.3.1 Principle 1
10.3.2 Principle 2
10.4.1 Principle 3
10.4.2 Principle 4
10.4.3 Principle 5
10.4.4 Principle 6
10.5 Nested Doll and Weight Compensation (7, 8)
10.5.1 Principle 7
10.5.2 Principle 8
10.6.1 Principle 9
10.6.2 Principle 10
10.6.3 Principle 11
10.7.1 Principle 12
10.7.2 Principle 13
10.7.3 Principle 14
10.8.1 Principle 15
10.8.2 Principle 16
10.8.3 Principle 17
10.8.4 Principle 18
10.9.1 Principle 19
10.9.2 Principle 20
10.9.3 Principle 21
10.10 Blessing in Disguise, Feedback, and Intermediary (22–24)
10.10.1 Principle 22
10.10.2 Principle 23
10.10.3 Principle 24
10.11.1 Principle 25
10.11.2 Principle 26
10.11.3 Principle 27
10.11.4 Principle 28
10.12.1 Principle 29
10.12.2 Principle 30
10.12.3 Principle 31
10.13.1 Principle 32
10.13.2 Principle 33
10.13.3 Principle 34
10.14.1 Principle 35
10.14.2 Principle 36
10.14.3 Principle 37
10.15.1 Principle 38
10.15.2 Principle 39
10.15.3 Principle 40
10.16 How to Select the Most Suitable Principles
10.16.2 Inherent Contradictions and Resources
10.16.3 Using the Features of the Ideal Final Result
10.17 Summary
Appendix The Contradiction Matrix
Evaluation of the Model for Problem Solving
How to Improve Business with TRIZ
12.1 Typical Obstacles to the Adoption of TRIZ
12.2 How to Introduce TRIZ into Your Organization
12.3 Implementing the Steps of the Flowchart
12.3.1 Step 1
12.3.2 Step 2
12.4.1 Step 3
12.5 Summary
Using TRIZ with the Theory of Constraints
13.1 The Challenger Current Reality Tree
13.2 Summary
14.1 Introduction
14.2 Methods of Introducing TRIZ into Six Sigma
Book Summary: Creative Problem Solving in a Nutshell
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