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What is known about TRIZ in Innovation Management?


Publication Details
Authors: Teplov Roman, Chechurin Leonid, Podmetina Daria
Publication year: 2014
Language: English
Related Journal or Series Information: International Society for Professional Innovation Management's Innovation Conference
Title of parent publication: The Proceedings of XXV ISPIM Conference - Innovation for Sustainable Economy and Society (June 2014)
ISBN: 978-952-265-591-2
JUFO-Level of this publication: 0
Open Access: Not known

Abstract
A toolkit of methods assisting inventive thinking called "Theory of Inventive Problem Solving (TRIZ)" was introduced by Altshuller (1956). TRIZ is nowadays gaining the popularity among practitioners and academy, indicated in steadily growing number of scientific publications. This paper conducts systematic literature review aiming at application of TRIZ in management. Our findings reveal that TRIZ, or some tools of TRIZ, like contradiction analysis and "Ideal final result" concept, are most commonly applied in innovation management particularly in Ideation and Implementation stages. We also acknowledge accompanying methodologies that are used in combination with TRIZ. Except of the benefits of TRIZ tools, results confirmed the problems of methodological complexity, expert-dependency, increased subjectivity, weak integration with IT tools and lack of industry verification cases.

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