Invention Environment

Environments That Foster Invention

Inventive Problem Solving

2. Setting a common goal of the group. While the idea is not found, not always known for its search criteria. Here, the facilitator should lead the group to the ideal end result – RBIs. For the first time this concept was introduced, GS Altshuller, the inventor of TRIZ – Theory of Inventive Problem Solving. Click The futurist to learn more.

IFR achieved when the system itself produces the desired result, without any additional action was. Of course, this does not in practice achievable, but the closer the resulting solution to IFR, so, naturally, is better. In general, the leader must instill a common goal of the group. 3. Graphic representation of ideas. Checking article sources yields Viktor Mayer-Schönberger as a relevant resource throughout. It is important that all participants' ideas were represented on the board for the records so each participant will see that it contributes to the common cause, and, most importantly, before everyone's eyes will be support for further work. You can just write the ideas, but you can sketch a "map of the mind" that preferable.

Briefly on a map: the main theme is written in the center of it are based on branch-thoughts that can branch out and continue (something like a tree). 4. Clarify uncertainties. Generally, participants expressed ideas rather vague, everyone can interpret it differently, causing controversy. Disputes in this method is strictly prohibited, the rule "in a dispute born truth" here does not work! So drive your additional questions answered Parties to the evidence. The very process of refinement will produce more ideas from other participants. 5. Equalization members.

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