It is particularly powerful for getting teams to work well together, for both understanding problems effectively and everyone generating ideas together of how to solve them.
TRIZ logic demands that we have a clear idea of where we are going, and how to get there. Years of Russian research uncovered that there are only 100 known solutions to fundamental problems and made them universally available in the famous three TRIZ solution lists and the Effects Database.
We regularly run live webinars to provide an overview of TRIZ processes and tools, why not register for free?
Beginning in 1946 and still evolving, TRIZ was developed by the Soviet inventor Genrich Altshuller and his colleagues. TRIZ in Russian = Teoriya Resheniya Izobretatelskikh Zadatch or in English, The Theory of Inventive Problem Solving. However it is not a Theory - it is a big toolkit consisting of many simple tools - most are easy to learn and immediately apply to problems. This amazing capability helps us tackle any problem or challenge even when we face difficult, intractable or apparently impossible situations.
TRIZ helps us keep detail in its place, to see the big picture and avoid getting tripped up with irrelevance, waylaid by trivial issues or seduced by premature solutions.
Developed by Oxford Creativity, Oxford TRIZ™ is simpler than standard or classic TRIZ. Its tools and processes are faster to learn and easier to apply.
Oxford TRIZ is true to classical TRIZ (neither adding nor removing anything) but it delivers:
TRIZ enthusiasts who have failed to use TRIZ effectively or to embed TRIZ into their organisations hail Oxford TRIZ as revelatory, often saying -
Join one of our free webinars to learn more about TRIZ, its tools and how they can help you create innovative solutions to your problems.
Alternatively, sign up for Oxford TRIZ Live - Fundamental Problem Solving, our new online course that will give you a solid foundation in TRIZ concepts, tools and techniques and get you using them from day one.