For many centuries creativity was viewed as a gift, a natural ability, inherent in a very small number of people. This opinion was challenged by G. S. Altshuller in the middle of last century. “Creativity,” he said, “could be taught and learned.” Thus, TRIZ, the Theory of Inventive Problem Solving, was born.
One of the first true TRIZ minds, Gennady Ivanov, passed away last night. We morn with his family and friends. He was a friend and a teacher! He will always live in our hearts! May his memory be for blessing.
Chinese National Institute of low-carbon and Clean Energy (NICE) of Shenhua won China National Quality Management Benchmark Award for successful implementation of DFSS and TRIZ in R&D NICE receives Benchmark Award
2014 – China Conference report
Dear colleagues, The report on TRIZfest-2014 and conference proceedings may be found on the Archive page of the MATRIZ website. Please address your questions, if any, to Dr. Mark Barkan firstname.lastname@example.org.
Report on MATRIZ Conference TRIZfest-2014
Final Agenda TRIZfest-2014 (1)