Andrew Martin is a systems engineer with over thirty years experience in the aerospace industry. Andrew’s areas of expertise range from technical niches - such as visual systems for flight simulator - to more generic engineering disciples - such as requirements management and the development and integration of systems engineering processes. Andrew has been using and promoting TRIZ over the last 16 years, through practical day-to-day application, formal teaching and problem solving facilitation.
At Oxford Creativity, Andrew is a TRIZ Consultant, problem solving and teaching TRIZ with many companies large and small. Andrew also works as an Aerospace training consultant.
Andrew believes that the systematic nature of the TRIZ method makes it a natural partner for formal quality systems and that it should be embedded into company procedures to bridge the 'creativity gap' that lies between system requirements and solution concepts. Andrew is almost certainly the worst saxophonist on the planet.