A METHODOLOGY ENABLING SYSTEMATIC INNOVATION
Innovation can be broken down into a process. Creativity becomes a guaranteed result.
The author of the TRIZ methodology (the Russian scientist Genrich Altshuller) understood, following the analysis of a significant number of patents, that problems encountered during the conception phase of a new product present analogies. He thus concluded that it must be possible to apply analogical solutions to such problems.
His vision was to break innovation down into a process. His goal was to develop a unique and reliable approach for innovation, to avoid having to constantly reinvent the wheel.
ENABLING YOU TO FIND SOLUTIONS TO ALL PROBLEMS
All those brainstorming sessions with no concrete results are a thing of the past.
Innovation should not be dependent on the inspiration or the creativity of a handful of people.
Thanks to the TRIZ theory, innovation can happen systematically, however complex the problem – innovation can be manufactured, using a precise methodology that capitalizes on all relevant internal and external knowledge.
Don’t lose your momentum and don’t rely on past successes. Your competitors will always find ways around your patents, just as they will be inspired to file their own patents. It’s essential to stay ahead of the competition.
Innovation is at the core of operational excellence.
Exelop can introduce you to the benefits of the TRIZ approach, enabling you to maintain your organisation in a state of continuous innovation at every level.