Structured Innovation

  An introduction to I-TRIZ
     Innovation Workbench
      Innovation Workbench
Presenter
  • Dave Ramsey
    –   25 years in manufacturing
    –   Operations executive
    –   Human Resources exec.
   ...
TRIZ Benefits 
• Systematic Step by Step Procedure
• Invention Guide – identifies area with 
  ideality
• Reliability & Re...
TRIZ – Innovative Problem Solving

•   TRIZ is a Russian acronym 
•   Originated in 1948 by Genrich Altshuller
•   Analyze...
TRIZ Basics
• 50 years of research
• Universal Principles of Invention present
  – 40 Inventive Principles
  – 76 Standard...
Levels of Innovation




 Level 1:      • Solution by well‐known methods 
 Standard
Levels of Innovation




  Level 2:    • Improvement of existing system
Improvement   • Methods from same industry

 Level...
Levels of Innovation



    Level 3:      • Essential improvement of existing system
Within Paradigm   • Methods from othe...
Levels of Innovation


    Level 4:       • Creating new generation of a system
Outside Paradigm   • Solution from science...
Levels of Innovation

    Level 5:       • Pioneering an essentially new system
   Discovery       • Usually based on majo...
TRIZ Foundations
• Problems & solutions repeated across 
  industries & sciences
• Patterns of technical evolution repeate...
TRIZ Defined
The practice of TRIZ consists of:
  1. Learning
     A.   Repeating pattern of problems
     B.   Solutions
 ...
Current Common Techniques

•   8‐D Problem Solving   •   Market Research
•   Reliability Studies   •   Robust Design
•   T...
Common Problem Solving

Identify
 Identify      Formulate
                Formulate
Problem
 Problem        Problem
      ...
Common Problem Solving
     Area of Strength

Identify
 Identify        Formulate
                  Formulate
Problem
 Pro...
Common Problem Solving
     Area of Strength

Identify
 Identify        Formulate
                  Formulate
Problem
 Pro...
TRIZ Problem Solving Method
                      Operators
           TRIZ                       TRIZ
         General   ...
TRIZ Problem Solving Method
                                Operators
           TRIZ                                 TRIZ...
TRIZ Problem Solving Method
                                Operators
       TRIZ General Problem                     TRIZ...
TRIZ Problem Solving Method
                                Operators
       TRIZ General Problem                    TRIZ ...
TRIZ Methodology
                               Operators
       TRIZ General Problem                 TRIZ General Sol’n

...
TRIZ Problem Solving Process
                   Analyze the 
                    Problem


                     What to 
 ...
Analyze the Problem
• Functional Analysis of:
  – System
  – Sub‐system
  – Components
• Ideal Final Result
     Ideality ...
Operators, Principles, Conditions
  • Laws of Development of Engineered 
    Systems
  • Levels of Abstraction
  • Substan...
Anticipatory Failure Determination
 • Creation of Failure Scenarios
 • Asks how will a failure happen?
 • Identifies condi...
IWB – Innovation Work Bench
•   Uses the TRIZ Principles
•   Shortens the algorithms
•   Promotes quicker user involvement...
Introducing the Formulator
                                                                                 long tim of us...
For More Information

        Dave Ramsey
      (260) 408-0112
   dramsey@aptimise.com
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Structured Innovation

  1. 1. Structured Innovation An introduction to I-TRIZ Innovation Workbench Innovation Workbench
  2. 2. Presenter • Dave Ramsey – 25 years in manufacturing – Operations executive – Human Resources exec. – 12 yrs facilitation – 12 yrs consulting – $2.5 million in client  savings
  3. 3. TRIZ Benefits  • Systematic Step by Step Procedure • Invention Guide – identifies area with  ideality • Reliability & Repeatability • Accessibility to patent information • Accumulation of innovation experience • Extensive tools for solution of problems
  4. 4. TRIZ – Innovative Problem Solving • TRIZ is a Russian acronym  • Originated in 1948 by Genrich Altshuller • Analyzed 2 million + patents worldwide • Identified 5 Levels of Innovative Solutions • 8 Laws of Development of Solutions • Created systematic, structured method Altshuller 1928 - 1998
  5. 5. TRIZ Basics • 50 years of research • Universal Principles of Invention present – 40 Inventive Principles – 76 Standard Solutions – System of Operators • 2 million patents examined & classified  – Level of inventiveness – Principles of innovation used 
  6. 6. Levels of Innovation Level 1:  • Solution by well‐known methods  Standard
  7. 7. Levels of Innovation Level 2:  • Improvement of existing system Improvement • Methods from same industry Level 1:  • Solution by well‐known methods  Standard
  8. 8. Levels of Innovation Level 3: • Essential improvement of existing system Within Paradigm • Methods from other fields used Level 2:  • Improvement of existing system Improvement • Methods from same industry Level 1:  • Solution by well‐known methods  Standard
  9. 9. Levels of Innovation Level 4:  • Creating new generation of a system Outside Paradigm • Solution from science - not technology Level 3: • Essential improvement of existing system Within Paradigm • Methods from other fields used Level 2:  • Improvement of existing system Improvement • Methods from same industry Level 1:  • Solution by well‐known methods  Standard
  10. 10. Levels of Innovation Level 5: • Pioneering an essentially new system Discovery • Usually based on major discovery, new science Level 4:  • Creating new generation of a system Outside Paradigm • Solution from science ‐ not technology Level 3: • Essential improvement of existing system Within Paradigm • Methods from other fields used Level 2:  • Improvement of existing system Improvement • Methods from same industry Level 1:  • Solution by well‐known methods  Standard
  11. 11. TRIZ Foundations • Problems & solutions repeated across  industries & sciences • Patterns of technical evolution repeated  across industries & sciences • Innovations used scientific effects from  outside the field of innovation 
  12. 12. TRIZ Defined The practice of TRIZ consists of: 1. Learning A. Repeating pattern of problems B. Solutions C. Patterns of technical evolution D. Methods of using scientific effects 2. Applying the patterns to the specific  situation
  13. 13. Current Common Techniques • 8‐D Problem Solving • Market Research • Reliability Studies • Robust Design • Trial & Error • 6 Thinking Hats • 5 Whys (TPS) • Brainstorming • Quality Function Deployment  (QFD)
  14. 14. Common Problem Solving Identify Identify Formulate Formulate Problem Problem Problem Problem Develop Develop Concepts Concepts Evaluate Evaluate Implement Implement
  15. 15. Common Problem Solving Area of Strength Identify Identify Formulate Formulate Problem Problem Problem Problem Develop Develop Concepts Concepts Evaluate Evaluate Implement Implement Area of Strength
  16. 16. Common Problem Solving Area of Strength Identify Identify Formulate Formulate Problem Problem Problem Problem Area Develop of Develop Concepts Concepts Weakness Evaluate Evaluate Implement Implement Area of Strength
  17. 17. TRIZ Problem Solving Method Operators TRIZ TRIZ General General  Problem Solution Specialization Abstraction Your Trial & Error Your Specific  Specific  Problem Solution
  18. 18. TRIZ Problem Solving Method Operators TRIZ TRIZ General General  Problem Solution Specialization Abstraction Your Specific Problem Your Trial & Error Your Specific  Specific  3x2 +5x + 2 = 0 Problem Solution
  19. 19. TRIZ Problem Solving Method Operators TRIZ General Problem TRIZ ax2 + bx + c = 0 General  Solution Specialization Abstraction Your Specific Problem Your Trial & Error Your Specific  Specific  3x2 +5x + 2 = 0 Problem Solution
  20. 20. TRIZ Problem Solving Method Operators TRIZ General Problem TRIZ General Sol’n ax2 + bx + c = 0 x = −b± b2 −4ac 2a 1, 2 Specialization Abstraction Your Your Specific Problem Trial & Error Your Specific  Specific  3x2 +5x + 2 = 0 Problem Solution
  21. 21. TRIZ Methodology Operators TRIZ General Problem TRIZ General Sol’n ax2 + bx + c = 0 x = −b± b2 −4ac 2a 1, 2 Specialization Abstraction Your Specific Problem Your Specific Solution Guess 2 3x +5x + 2 = 0 2 x = −1,− 3
  22. 22. TRIZ Problem Solving Process Analyze the  Problem What to  Try? Principles Prediction Effects YES Solution cause  problems? NO Implement
  23. 23. Analyze the Problem • Functional Analysis of: – System – Sub‐system – Components • Ideal Final Result Ideality = ΣBenefits / (ΣCosts + ΣHarm) • Resources • Locate Zones of Conflict • Etc.
  24. 24. Operators, Principles, Conditions • Laws of Development of Engineered  Systems • Levels of Abstraction • Substance Field Theory (Su‐Field Theory) • Separation Principles • System of Standard Solutions
  25. 25. Anticipatory Failure Determination • Creation of Failure Scenarios • Asks how will a failure happen? • Identifies conditions/resources necessary  for failure • Uncovers complex causes • Operates from “How can we produce  failure?” basis Analyze the Problem What to Try? Principles Prediction Effects YES Solution Cause New  Problems? NO Implement
  26. 26. IWB – Innovation Work Bench • Uses the TRIZ Principles • Shortens the algorithms • Promotes quicker user involvement • Promotes more frequent & often use 
  27. 27. Introducing the Formulator long tim of use e new gaps in door loosening frame fasteners gasket hinge deteriorates with vibration time door closed release the latch gaskets between set of door frame hinges hold door parts of frame parts in frame gaskets bet door retract latch door fram im e pact m door closed ove andf fram e autom atically latch adhesive between parts of frame door fram assy e door installed in process Door frame door fram larger e gap during door door fram e m door open ove door opened holding door parts than door m ovem ent together gap when door is rain or water closed delivering door fasteners fram elem e ents to press handle latch retract shop Door Leaks 8 psf force strong wind
  28. 28. For More Information Dave Ramsey (260) 408-0112 dramsey@aptimise.com

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