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How To Invent (Almost) Anything
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How to Invent (Almost) Anything covers both the scientific analysis and the psychology and methods associated with the way we solve problems in creative invention. These subjects are presented in a clear, concise and thought-provoking manner.
The book also covers the process known as TRIZ, which is a Russian acronym for The Theory of Inventive Problem Solving. TRIZ is now being taken up by many leading companies worldwide as a means of inventive problem solving.
The book is unique both in the breadth and depth of topics covered. Logical, scientific and TRIZ methods are covered as well as psychological approaches, giving the reader the tools to invent right at the leading edge, even 'beyond TRIZ'.
The TAO process is also included, which is an unprecedented innovation process involving a radical parallel method of thinking and innovation.
How to Invent (Almost) Anything covers a broad range of issues and processes needed for generating creative ideas and key processes - examining these ideas in an analytical way whilst maintaining their creative power.
The key process for bridging creative and analytical thinking outlined in the book is a user-friendly version of TRIZ, the Theory of Inventive Problem Solving: a process which is being adopted around the world by large and small companies alike.
As a 'how to' book it offers practical, easy to use guidance on 'how to invent', and 'how to innovate' for products and services. To aid understanding of what is involved in innovation and invention, the book covers psychological insights into innovation, for an individual and in a company culture, and it introduces an easy but potentially revolutionizing approach to scientific thinking.
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