- Using the Patterns of Invention in the Patent Literature to Predict Disruption
Presentation to the Management Division of AIChE at its spring meeting March 2014
- TRIZ - More Than Just a Cool Russian Acronym
Jack Hipple, joins us to discuss TRIZ method for problem solving analysis and innovation. The name TRIZ is an acronym for a Russian phrase that roughly means "The theory or inventor's problem-solving." (link)
- Using Other Peoples' Brains in Product Design
International Design Society of America (IDSA) annual meeting, Boston, MA
- Using TRIZ to Improve the Speed and Quality of Product Development
Workshop for the Pittsburgh chapter of the Product Development Management Association
- Discontinuities That Present Innovation Opportunities
AIChE Spring Meeting, Houston, TX www.aiche.org
- Theory of Solving Problems Inventively
Association for Operations Management, Tampa chapter
- The Soft Side of TRIZ
Series of 12 columns for the Altshuller Institute
- Break Your Psychological Inertia with Patterns of Invention
CPSI Conference, June 2011
- TRIZ and Human Factors
Altshuller Institute Fall Meeeting, October, 2010
Proceedings available from www.aitriz.org
- Combining TRIZ with Other Creativity Tools and Psychological Assessments
Mexican TRIZ Association Meeting, November, 2010
Proceedings available fromwww.ametriz.mx
- Parallel Universes: Getting Rid of Your Ego and Learning from Others
Atlanta Creativity Exchange at Kennesaw State University, May 2010
- Using TRIZ to Make Systems More Reliable
Western NY Society of Reliability Engineers
- Lean Innovation: Accelerating Learning by Learning from Others
Presentation to the annual International Society for Performance Improvement Management (ISPIM). December 7-9, 2009.
More information may be found at www.ispim.org
- Tic Tac Toe Strategic Planning using TRIZ
Presentation to AIChE Annual Meeting. November 12, 2009.
Visit www.aiche.org for procedings
- R&D Management from Beginning to End
Workshop presentation to AIChE Annual Meeting. November 11, 2009.
Proceedings at www.aiche.org
- TRIZ: Patterns of Invention and Resolving Engineering Contradictions
Webinar for the American Institute of Chemical Engineers October 28, 2009
- Using Functionality to Figure Out Who to Invite to the Open Innovation Table
Presentation to AIChE's Management Division April 2009
- The Use of TRIZ Principles in Air Traffic Control Display Design
Presentation to the annual Altshuller TRIZ conference, April 2008
Paper and proceedings available from the Altshuller Institute
- Improving Check Listing with Predictive Failure Analysis:
Contact Jack Hipple for details.
Application to Natural Disaster Planning
Presentation to the AIChE spring meeting New Orleans, LA
April, 2008 Contact AIChE .
- Finding Potential Failures Deliberately: Predictive Failure Analysis
Presentation to the Center for Chemical Process Safety April 2007
- Are Your People ready for Innovation?
By Jack Hipple
- Are Saboteurs Loose in Your Business?
Presentation to the Association of Contingency Planners.
- Risk Tolerance in Strategic Thinking: The Human Component
By Jack Hipple
- Predictive Failure Analysis vs. the current Pro-active Failure Analysis™
Planning for Your Worst Nightmare by Figuring Out What It Is
By Jack Hipple
- Integration and Use of TRIZ with other Innovation and Creativity Tools
Contact www.etria.net for papers and proceedings.
Presentation at European TRIZ Association (ETRIA) meeting by Jack Hipple in Florence, Italy.
- TRIZ as an Innovation Forecasting Tool to Predict the Fuzzy Front End (FFE) of Innovation. Presentation to Innovation Convergence Conference, September 2004. Available for public and group presentation.
- Why Innovation Champions Fail and What to do About it
IIR Return on Innovation Conference in Miami, FL on December 2003. An updated presentation on the failed corporate innovator study Innovation-TRIZ has completed.
- "Back to the Future: Putting Innovation Efforts on Solid Ground"
Publication of Leaders in Action (Center for Creative Leadership)
- Getting TRIZ accepted in a very busy world
TRIZ and its many embodiments in various consulting and software programs is a powerful addition to problem solving tools available to engineers, human resources managers, organizational development personnel, and strategic planners. However, as many suppliers of software, training, and consulting services have found, it is not necessarily easy to gain acceptance of a new tool no matter how good we in the TRIZ community think it is. This presentation will review the barriers to acceptance and ways to overcome them.
- The use of TRIZ Separation Principles to resolve the contradictions of innovation practices in organizations
The Separation Principles from the TRIZ methodology can be used to deal with both technical and non-technical problems. Traditionally, the separation principles (separation in time, space, upon condition, and between parts and the whole) have been used to resolve difficult technical problems with what appeared to be unresolvable contradictions. In a recent meeting of industry technical leaders, these principles were used to attempt to generate new ideas to resolve some of the key paradoxes of industrial innovation.