Three Simple Tips to Start Solving Problems in Your Business Today

Steve Farber

” So, when the team shared the key problems that were holding back progress, Conley turned to something he knew rather well: a method for innovation that originated in 1946 with Russian scientist and writer Genrich Altshuller. “No, I just know a systematic innovation methodology.” First, he pointed out that innovation isn’t just about creating change. From your list of resources, potential innovative solutions arise.


The Number One Key to Innovation: Scarcity

Harvard Business Review

That's the number of invention methodologies my colleagues and I have perused in the course of assembling what we call The World Database of Innovation. TRIZ , for example — a model devised by Russian inventor Genrich Altshuller — is the original empirically based method, followed by SIT (for "Systematic Inventive Thinking") and a few other updated versions of it. One such collection of work alone looked at more than 500,000 patents and innovations.).