World WTSP Catalog (TN2F Part) Index

World TRIZ Sites Project
Team Code: TN2F    (TRIZ in USA in English)
Site descriptions page

Surveyor:  Toru Nakagawa (OGU)
                 Mar. 27, 2019

Catalog setting:  Toru Nakagawa
                        Jul. 28, 2019

Posted: Jul. 28, 2019;  Updated: May 2; Dec. 23, 2020; Apr. 18,2021

 

Editor's Note (Toru Nakagawa, Aug. 3, 2019)

Descriptions of sites expected in this page are not documented well, because at that time I wanted to survey more sites rather than describe individual sites closely.  This page actually corresponds to the information in the Index page.  We wish descriptions of sites to be written later with the collaboration of many colleagues.

 

 

 

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  TN2F-06 "TRIZ Power Tools" is updated with Standard description (b) and Close Site Introduction (c) (Dec. 23, 2020)


   

  Case TN2F

Pre2-(2F)-English- USA  (Mar. 27, 2019,  Nakagawa Toru)

 

(1)  Evaluated  ◎ :  Most important in the World WTSP Catalog ===== (  7 sites) ==

International TRIZ organization

   

TN2F-01   ◎    MATRIZ (International TRIZ Association)    https://matriz.org/    Location: USA    Language: en
     Roles: (b1) Dedicated association, (b3) Ingternational conferences    Site search 295 pages

 

TN2F-02    ◎    The Altshuller Institute for TRIZ Studies    https://www.aitriz.org/     Location: USA    Language: en
     Roles: (b1) Dedicated association, (b3) Ingternational conferences     Site search 1,110 pages

Important public Web sites in TRIZ

 

TN2F-03   ◎    Wikipedia     https://en.wikipedia.org/     Location: USA    Language: en
     Roles:   (g3) Knowledge sharing       SIte search  737 pages

 

TN2F-04    ◎    Ideation International, Inc. (Where Innovation Begins)     http://www.whereinnovationbegins.net/     Location: USA    Language: en
     Roles: (e4) Consultants, (e1) Method developers, (e2) Software/tool developers     Site search  34 pages

About:  Ideation International is a private, U.S.-based company founded in 1992 and headquartered in , Michigan. The company focuses on the Theory of Inventive Problem Solving (TRIZ). Ideation provides a structured methodology for resolving complex problems, marketed via educational programs, analytical services and a line of software, TRIZSoft, which together provide the resources necessary to control the innovation process. Ideation is fortified by a staff composed of the world's leading TRIZ scientists, who have advanced this scientific theory with powerful new applications and software tools to meet the needs of today's competitive marketplace.

(Four pillars of methods/software tools):  IPS (Inventive Problem Solving): IPS helps solve complex technological problems by supporting both the analytical and solution-synthesis stages of problem solving.
APD (Anticipatory Failure Determination): AFD is a cost-effective method of analyzing and predicting failures in products and processes. It guides users in documenting the situation, formulating the related problem(s), developing hypotheses, verifying potential failure scenarios, and finding solutions to prevent or eliminate the problem(s).
DE (Directed Evolution):  DE drives Innovation and growth proactively instead of relying on reactive responses to traditional and uncertain technological forecasting. DE is a process for analyzing and evaluating a system from both technological and market standpoints, developing a comprehensive set of possible scenarios for future evolution, establishing a decisive course of action, securing intellectual capital and defining a plan to create next-generation products, processes, and technologies.
IP (Intellectual Property): IP validates and increases the value of your Intellectual Property. Our analysis will reveal opportunities for enhancing your IP's value and protecting it from infringement and circumvention.
                                             --- Written by Toru Nakagawa, Sept. 27, 2019

 

TN2F-05    ◎    ICG Training & Consulting     https://www.xtriz.com/     Located: USA    Language: en
     Roles:  (e4) Consultants, (a1) Dedicated for information sharing, (e1) Method developers    Site search  135 pages

 

TN2F-06    ◎    TRIZ Power Tools (OpenSourceTRIZ.com)     https://www.opensourcetriz.com/     Location: USA    Language: en
     Roles: (a1) Dedicated for information sending, (e1) Method developers, (g3) Knowledge sharing    Site search 25 pages

Note (TN, Sept 27, 2019): This is a wonderful system of eBooks authored principally by Larry Ball.  Introductions, e.g. purpose, usage, structure, recommendations of studying, etc, are explained first in 4 short videos.  He met "TRIZ as an Exact Science" by G. Altshuller in 1989 and studied, used, and taught TRIZ and invention algorithms for many years, while keep brushing up his own undrstanding.  He posted his teaching materials in the TRIZ Journal in 2002 and revised one "Hierarchical TRIZ Algorithms" in 2005.  The present eBooks "TRIZ Power Tools" were posted in May 2018, after much revisions.  The contents are mainly based on TRIZ but reflects other methods including Design Thinking, Disruptive Innovations and Marketing, Blue Ocean Strategy, Theory of Constraints, and One Simple Idea.  He says the best way to learn deeply is to recreate knowledge after your own understanding, according to modern learning theory.  All of the books and materials on this site are free.  While all of the class materials are copyrighted they can be downloaded and printed for personal and classroom use without fear of copyright violation.  It is remarkable that the texts written in English can be translated automatically into (practically) any language with the Google translator without waiting.

The contents are composed of two big groups.  (A) Inventive Jobs (e.g., Discovering markets, Creating offerings (products/services), Designing and prototyping, Reducing offering burdens, Resolving problems, Selling of licensing your offering)  and (B) Inventive Skills (e.g., Resolving contradictions, Working with functions, Idealizing useful functions, Idealizinf informing functions, Idealizing harmful functions, Dscovering cause, Discovering why targeted objects are required, Mobilizing function resources, Neutralizing harmful functions).  These jobs and skills areto be used in various ways of appropriate combinations, as guided by the eBook navigation. 
                                             --- Written by Toru Nakagawa, Sept. 27, 2019

 

Site Description Form     WTSP (World TRIZ Sites Project)    (Version: 2020/6/11  TN)

    Team:     Site Code:  TN2F-06  Writer:  Larry Ball     Date: 08/15/2020

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Description

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Site Name  **     

 TRIZ Power Tools (OpenSourceTRIZ.com)

 

Site domain URL   **

https://www.opensourcetriz.com/ 

 

Site Location   **

USA

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Site Language   **

(en) English

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Roles of Site    **

(a1) Dedicated for information sending,
(e1) Method developers, (g3) Knowledge sharing

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Evaluation **

 

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Single-line Description  *

 

 

Application phase  *

 

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Application Fields   *

 

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Methods     *

 

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Description of Introduction   *

This is a system of eBooks authored principally by Larry Ball with help from the rest of the coauthors. 

It is based, principally on the other books and authors cited in the sections on where the materials come from.   

Immediately on entering the website, there are 4 short videos which include:

  1. How the algorithms in the books are being continually updated.
  2. The primary sources for the algorithms
  3. Descriptions of each eBook and how they relate to each other based on a hierarchy of decisions.
  4. How to navigate the eBooks by combining inventing Skills to accomplish inventive Jobs.
  5. How to apply the eBook algorithms at different levels depending on need.
  6. How to use the examples and practice problems
  7. How to use the eBooks to create your own innovation processes.

Larry was introduced to TRIZ by reading "TRIZ as an Exact Science" by G. Altshuller in 1989.  Following that, he studied, used, and taught TRIZ and invention algorithms for many years, while continuing to read more TRIZ books and articles.

He began posting his teaching materials in the TRIZ Journal in 2002 and its revised edition "Hierarchical TRIZ Algorithms" in 2005.

The present eBooks "TRIZ Power Tools" were posted in May 2018, after much revisions. 

The contents are mainly based on TRIZ but reflects other methods including Design Thinking, Disruptive Innovations and Marketing, Blue Ocean Strategy, Theory of Constraints, and One Simple Idea. 

He believes that the best way to learn TRIZ deeply is to create your own product design and inventing algorithms after your own understanding, according to modern learning theory.

All of the books and materials on this site are free yet copyrighted.  In spite of the copyright, they can be downloaded and printed for personal and classroom use without fear of copyright violation. 

While written in English, each of the eBooks can be translated automatically into (practically) any language with the Google translator without waiting.

The contents are composed of two big groups.  (A) Inventive Jobs (e.g., Discovering markets, Creating offerings (products/services), Designing and prototyping, Reducing offering burdens, Resolving problems, Selling of licensing your offering) 

and (B) Inventive Skills (e.g., Resolving contradictions, Working with functions, Idealizing useful functions, Idealizing informing functions, Idealizing harmful functions, Discovering cause, Discovering why targeted objects are required, Mobilizing function resources, Neutralizing harmful  functions).  These jobs and skills are to be used in various ways of appropriate combinations, as guided by the eBook navigation

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Further Detailed Information

Close Site Introduction written by Larry Ball (Aug. 21, 2020): SiteIntro-TN2F-06-TRIZPowerTools-LarryBall.html  

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Note of description 

 

Remarks for further revision

Note:  Adjust/expand the cell spaces as you need.
       Refer the codes in “Multi sets of Indexing Schemes for the WTSP Catalog System”           https://www.osaka-gu.ac.jp/php/nakagawa/TRIZ/eTRIZ/eWTSP/eWTSP-DatabaseSystem/eWTSP-CatalogSystem-IndexSchemes.html   (2020/6/11 TN).                ** Mandatory,   * Desirable

==> See: WTSP Site Introduction: "TRIZ Power Tools" (Larry Ball) (Dec. 23, 2020)

             Close Site Introduction: SiteIntro-TN2F-06-TRIZPowerTools-LarryBall.html  

 

 

TN2F-07  ◎    GEN-TRIZ     https://www.gen-triz.com/     Location: USA    Language: en
     Roles: (e1) Method developers, (e4) Consultants, (e8) Solution providers, (e7) Networking/matching     Site search  31 pages

About:  GEN TRIZ is a Technical Innovation Solutions Provider that delivers world-class product, process and packaging innovation services. For twenty years, our innovation specialists have been serving many of the largest and best-known consumer packaged goods, industrial products, and medical products companies in the world. We believe that to consistently deliver high impact results, breakthrough innovation can and must be practiced as a scientific discipline in itself.   Our team is comprised primarily of scientists and engineers (over half hold PhD's) with expertise and experience in the innovation process. Our teams deliver breakthrough results by combining the power of GEN TRIZ's proprietary, systematic innovation methodology with the leverage gained from our private Global Knowledge Network (GKN) of over 8,000 scientific, engineering and subject matter experts.   
GEN TRIZ delivers a range of sustaining and breakthrough innovation services through dedicated project teams. In addition we offer training programs and facilitation to build internal innovation capabilities, as well as selectively develop and manage new technology ventures. GEN TRIZ has a technical innovation center and maintains laboratories to test and validate new product and process concepts.

Value statement:  The Science to Power Innovation:  It is our mission to deliver clients breakthrough innovation solutions that impact the bottom line.  Leveraging GEN TRIZ's powerful combination of skills and experience, we are committed to delivering clients the following benefits:  Increased Speed to Market; Lower Innovation Risk; Greater Return on Investment. 

Methodology: At the heart of GEN TRIZ's innovation expertise lies a deliberate and rigorous methodology. For over 20 years, our innovation experts have continued to enhance and adapt the methodology to respond to the changing needs of the market. GEN TRIZ's methodology is a framework comprised of a collection of analytical and problem-solving tools. Key Principles:  Understand main parameters of value; Consider technology evolution; Focus on functions; Address key problems; Adapt existing solutions, don't always invent.

GKN:  If a problem requires external knowledge, we leverage our privately managed network to gain a deeper level of subject-matter expertise and insight. Guided by Function-Oriented Search, GEN TRIZ project teams leverage this network for consultation, theoretical advice, and/or support with physical experiments. And while our network provides invaluable contributions, the project teams themselves remain ultimately responsible for developing the solutions that meet the project's goals.
                                             --- Written by Toru Nakagawa, Sept. 27, 2019

Site Description Form     WTSP (World TRIZ Sites Project)    (Version: 2021/ 3/25  TN)

    Team: GEN TRIZ    Site Code:  TN2F-07   Writer: Alex Lyubomirskiy      Date: April 07, 2021

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Site Name  **     

GEN TRIZ, LLC

 

Site domain URL   **

https://www.GEN-TRIZ.com/

 

Site Location  **

US

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Site Language   **

en

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Roles of Site   **

(e4) Consultants,  (e5) Training organizations,  (e6) Seminar organizations,  (e1) Method developers,  (e8) Solution providers,  (e2) Software/tool developers,

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Evaluation **

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Single-line Description **

GEN TRIZ, LLC, its services, applied methods, and case studies

 

Application phase  *

(a) General preparation phase,  (b) Problem finding and analysis phase,  (c) Solution generation phase,  (d) Solution implementation phase,  (e) Intellectual properties

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Application Fields  *

(a) General/universal,  (b) Science,  (c) Engineering,  (d) Biological and medical fields,  (e) Business fields

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Methods   *

(a3) Facilitation methods,  (a4) Training methods,  (a5) Coaching methods,  (b1) Gathering and analyzing Voice of customers,  (b3) Analysis of products and processes,  (b4) Voice of technology (Evolution of technologies),  (c2) Cause-effect analysis of problem situations,  (c3) Logical and critical thinking,  (c4) Systematic thinking,  (d) Creative thinking,  (e) Systems analysis,  (f) Use of knowledge,  (g) Idea generation tools,  (h) Solution building methods,  (i) Solution evaluation methods,  (k) Intellectual properties,  (m) Classical TRIZ methods,  (n) Modernized TRIZ methods

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Description of Introduction  *

The website includes:

HOME – home page

ABOUT: About GEN TRIZ, Value Statement, Global Knowledge Network, Leadership, Clients

SERVICES: Product Innovation, Manufacturing Innovation, Technology Forecasting, IP Strategy, Facilitation and Training, Future Capabilities Assessment

METHODOLOGY: Our Approach, Main Parameters of Value, Technology Trends, Functions, Key Problems, Function-Oriented Search

OUR ACHIEVEMENTS: Products Resulted from GEN TRIZ Consulting Projects (Partial List), GEN TRIZ New Venture Development, GEN TRIZ Experience Areas - Patents

CASE STUDIES: Technology Scouting, Product/Process Improvement, Technology Forecast, Adjacent Market Analysis, New Product Development, Patent Circumvention, MPV Discovery, Concept Verification, Failure Explanation

NEWS

CONTACTS

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(Note:  The phrases underlined have direct links to the pages in the GEN TRIZ website.)

Further Detailed Information

See the page "TRIZ Challenges and Approaches to Address Them" by Simon Litvin (GEN-TRIZ, LLC) posted in the "TRIZ Home Page in Japan"

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Written by Alex Lyubomirskiy and Simon Litvin

Remarks for further revision

Note:  Adjust/expand the cell spaces as you need.
       Refer the codes in "Multi sets of Indexing Schemes for the WTSP Catalog System"
          https://www.osaka-gu.ac.jp/php/nakagawa/TRIZ/eTRIZ/eWTSP/eWTSP-DatabaseSystem/eWTSP-CatalogSystem-IndexSchemes.html   (2020/11/20 TN).                ** Mandatory,   * Desirable

(c) Closer Site Introduction:

"TRIZ Challenges and Approaches to Address Them" by Simon Litvin (GEN-TRIZ, LLC) posted in the "TRIZ Home Page in Japan" (Apr. 18, 2021)

  

(2)  Evaluated  ○ :  Important in the World WTSP Catalog ====== ( 10  sites)  ====

Consultancy / Methods

 

TN2F-08   ○    iSixSigma     https://www.isixsigma.com/     Location: USA    Language: en
     Roles:  (a1) Dedicated for information sending, (a3) Hub sites, (g3) Knowledge sharing     Site search  84 pages

 

Knowledge sharing 

 

TN2F-09    ○    YouTube     https://www.youtube.com/     Location: USA    Language: en, many
     Roles: (g3) Knowledge sharing       Site search  16,800 pages

 

TN2F-10     ○    SlideShare     https://www.theiet.org/     Location: USA    Language: en
     Roles: (g3) Knowledge sharing        SIte search 2,940 pages

 

TN2F-11     ○    GoodReads     https://www.routledge.com/     Location: USA    Language: en
     Roles: (g4) Social netwaorks, (g3) Knowledge sharing       Site search  416 pages

About:  Who We Are:  Goodreads is the world's largest site for readers and book recommendations. Our mission is to help people find and share books they love. Goodreads launched in January 2007
Top page:  Meet your next favorite book. -- Deciding what to read next? -- You're in the right place. Tell us what titles or genres you've enjoyed in the past, and we'll give you surprisingly insightful recommendations.
What are your friends reading? -- Chances are your friends are discussing their favorite (and least favorite) books on Goodreads.
A Message From Our Co-Founder:   When I was in second grade, I discovered the Hardy Boys series. Ever since, I've loved to read — both for fun and to improve my mind. And I'm always looking for the next great book.    One afternoon while I was scanning a friend's bookshelf for ideas, it struck me: when I want to know what books to read, I'd rather turn to a friend than any random person or bestseller list.
So I decided to build a website – a place where I could see my friends' bookshelves and learn about what they thought of all their books. Elizabeth, my co-founder (and now my wife) wrote the site copy and I wrote the code. We started in my living room, motivated by the belief that there was a better way to discover and discuss good books, and that we could build it.
Goodreads is that site. It is a place where you can see what your friends are reading and vice versa. You can create "bookshelves" to organize what you've read (or want to read). You can comment on each other's reviews. You can find your next favorite book. And on this journey with your friends you can explore new territory, gather information, and expand your mind.     Knowledge is power, and power is best shared among readers.    Otis Chandler Co-Founder
                                             --- Written by Toru Nakagawa, Sept. 27, 2019

 

TN2F-12    ○    Vimeo     https://vimeo.com/     Location: USA    Language: en
     Roles: (g3) Knowledge sharing, (g4) Social networks       Site search  300 pages

About:  Vimeo is all about you and your videos:  We build things that help you Create/ Share/Sell/Discover videos online and worldwide.
Our passionate community:  Vimeo was born in 2004, created by a group of filmmakers who wanted an easy and beautiful way to share videos with their friends. Word started to spread, and an insanely supportive community of creators began to blossom. Now Vimeo is home to more than 90 million creators worldwide. 
Note (TN, Sept. 25, 2019): There are many videos deposited on TRIZ and Creative thinking, Innovation, etc. 
                                             --- Written by Toru Nakagawa, Sept. 27, 2019

 

Publication

 

TN2F-13   ○    ScienceDirect (Elsevier)     https://www.sciencedirect.com/     Location: USA    Language: en
     Roles:  (f2) Publishers        Site search  1,130 pages

 

TN2F-14    ○    SpringerLink     https://link.springer.com/     Location: USA    Language: en
     Roles: (f2) Publishers           Site search 2,660 pages

 

TN2F-15    ○□    ACM (Association for Computing Machinery) Digital Library    https://dl.acm.org/     Location: USA    Language: en
     Roles: (f3) Repository, (b2) Dedicated (academic) societies      Site search 5,640 pages

Using The ACM Digital Library (DL):  All ACM Members who subscribe to the DL get unlimited access to full-text content.   Non-members and the general public can search/browse the ACM Digital Library:
Browse the ACM Publications: Journals/Transactions, Magazines, Proceedings, ACM Books
                                             --- Written by Toru Nakagawa, Sept. 27, 2019

 

TN2F-16    ○    Strategies for Creative Problem Solving (University of Michigan)     https://umich.edu/~scps/     Location: USA    Language: en
     Roles: (f3) Repository, (d1) Universities      Site search  63 pages

 

Social Networking Servoces

 

TN2F-17    ○    LinkedIn     https://www.linkedin.com/     Locaion: USA    Language: en
     Roles: (g4) Social networks       Site search  9,240 pages

 

 (3)  Evaluated  □ :  Worthy  in the World WTSP Catalog  ===== (  27 sites) ====

Organization 

 

TN2F-18   □   NCBI (National Center for Biotechnology Information)     https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/    Location: USA   Language: en
     Roles:  (c2) National organizations     Sie search  89 pages

 

TN2F-19   □   TRIZ Asia (TRIZ Association of Asia)     https://trizasia.com/    Location: USA    Language: en
     Roles: (b1) Dedicated associations      Site search  48 pages

 

TN2F-20   □    I-SIM (International Society of Innovation Methods)    https://i-sim.org/     Location: USA    Language: en
     Roles: (b1) Dedicated associations, (b3) International conferences     Site search  24  pages

 

 

Consultancy/methodology 

 

TN2F-21    □    TRIZ Consulting, Inc.     https://www.trizconsulting.com/     Location: USA    Language: en
      Roles: (e4) Consultants       Site search  22 pages

 

TN2F-22    □    Technical Innovation Center, Inc     https://www.triz.org/     Location: USA    Language: en
      Roles: (e4) Consultants     Sie search  58 pages

 

TN2F-23    □    The TRIZ Group     https://trizgroup.com/     Location: USA    Language: en
     Roles: (e4) Consultants    Site search  29 pages

 

TN2F-24     □    NPD Solutions (New Product Development Consulting Service)     https://www.npd-solutions.com/     Location: USA    Language: en     
     Roles:                        Site search  11 pages

 

TN2F-25    □    SAE International      https://www.sae.org/     Location: USA    Language: en
     Roles:                                           Site Search  23 pages

 

TN2F-26   □    Glenn Mazur     https://www.mazur.net/    Location: USA    Language: en
      Roles:  (i1) Individual researchers             Site search  14 pages

 

TN2F-27    □    Novaces.com     https://www.novaces.com/     Location: USA    Language: en
     Roles:                                           Site Search 36 pages

 

TN2F-28   □    Routledge     https://www.routledge.com/     Location: USA    Language: en
     Roles:                                           Site Search 51 pages

 

TN2F-29    □   Southbeach Modeller     https://www.southbeachinc.com/     Location: USA    Language: en
     Roles: (e2) Software/tool developers      Site search  29 pages

 

Social Networking Servoces

 

TN2F-30     □    Meetup     https://www.meetup.com/     Location: USA   Language: en
     Roles: (g4) Social networking           Site search 372  pages

 

TN2F-31   □    Idea Connection     https://www.ideaconnection.com/     Location:  USA    Language: en
     Roles:                                           Site Search 37 pages

 

TN2F-32   □ F   acebook     https://www.facebook.com/     Location: USA    Language: en
     Roles: (g4) Social networking        Site search  91 pages

*** Note: many irrelevant pages

Knowledge sharing 

 

TN2F-33    □    Quora     https://www.quora.com/     Location: USA    Language: en
     Roles:                                           Site Search 735 pages

 

TN2F-34    □    IntechOpen     https://www.intechopen.com/     Location: USA    Language: en
     Roles:                                           Site Search 34 pages

 

TN2F-35    □    TOC (Theory of Constraints).tv     https://www.toc.tv/     Location: USA    Language: en
     Roles: (g3) Knowledge sharing, (e1) Method developers      Site search  6 pages

 

TN2F-36   □   ASQ (American Society for Quality) TV    https://videos.asq.org/     Location: USA    Language: en
     Roles: (g3) Knowledge sharing, (e1) Method developers    Site search  14 pages

 

TN2F-37   □    Emerald Insight     https://www.emeraldinsight.com/     Location: USA    Language: en
     Roles:                                           Site Search  1,130 pages

Publication

 

TN2F-38     □    Academia     https://www.academia.edu/     Location: USA    Language: en
     Roles:                                           Site Search 2,900 pages

 

TN2F-39    □    SSRN (Social Science Research Network)Papers     https://papers.ssrn.com/     Location: USA    Language: en
     Roles:                                           Site Search 239 pages

 

TN2F-40    □    SAGE Publishing     https://journals.sagepub.com/     Location: USA    Language: en
     Roles:                                           Site Search 600 pages

 

TN2F-41    □    IEEE Xplore Digital Library     https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/       Location: USA    Language: en
     Roles:                                           Site Search  1,430 pages

 

Personal / Blogs

 

TN2F-42   □    Liberating Structures     https://www.liberatingstructures.com/     Location: USA    Language: en
     Roles:                                           Site Search  120 pages

 

TN2F-43    □    Dummies   https://www.dummies.com/     Location: USA    Language: en
     Roles:                                           Site Search  11 pages

 

TN2F-44    □    Information Architected     https://www.informationarchitected.com/     Location: USA    Language: en
     Roles:                                           Site Search  29 pages

 

 

 

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Introduction of the survey

Results:  List of 68 sites in English located in USA

Most Important Important Worthy World Worthy Country

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Preliminary Search (Sept. 2018) .docx files in USA: in English , in Ger/Fr/It/Sp , in Russian

 

 

World WTSP Catalogs  Top page

(A) World TRIZ Sites Catalogs

(A1) Index ◎

(A2) Index ◎〇

(A1P) Catalog for Print ◎

(A2P) Catalog for Print ◎〇

(C) World Around- TRIZ Sites Catalogs

(C1) Index ◎

(C2) Index ◎〇

(C1P) Catalog for Print ◎

(C2P) Catalog for Print ◎〇

 

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WTSP Project Welcome page

WTSP Index page

(A1) Policies

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(A3) Platform

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(A5) Access to the Project Outputs

(A6) Publicized Outputs

(A7) Current Working Manyscripts of WTSP Catalogs  (A8) World WTSP Catalogs (Current Active Version)

World WTSP Catalogs Top Page  

(B1) WTSP News 2017

(B2) WTSP News 2018

(B3) WTSP News 2019 (B4) WTSP News 2020

WTSP Appeal (Jun. 2018)

WTSP Paper (1) ETRIA TFC2018

WTSP Paper (2) ETRIA TFC2019

Summary slides (TFC 2019)

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Last updated on Apr. 18, 2021.     Access point:  Editor: nakagawa@ogu.ac.jp