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Agile’TRIZ Framework: Towards the Integration of TRIZ Within the Agile Innovation Methodology

Abstract : Applying TRIZ is difficult, time-consuming and therefore requires implies important development costs: designers spend a lot of time to analyze the problem, to identify the contradictions, and then to develop innovative concepts and propose technical solutions. The efficiency of TRIZ strongly depends on the level of completeness of the problem and the experience of the designer with TRIZ tools. Agile methodologies are commonly used to efficiently develop new products toward an iterative, incremental and adaptive development cycle. They allow to rapidly provide a first technical solution and break the product development work into small increments for minimizing the amount of up-front planning and design. Agile’TRIZ is an Agile-based framework for TRIZ intended for enhancing the innovative skills and the efficiency of the designers, and to provide an efficient approach for quickly analyzing a problem and rapidly developing new innovative solutions using TRIZ tools through an iterative development cycle.
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Didier Casner, Achille Souili, Rémy Houssin, Jean Renaud. Agile’TRIZ Framework: Towards the Integration of TRIZ Within the Agile Innovation Methodology. 18th TRIZ Future Conference (TFC), Oct 2018, Strasbourg, France. pp.84-93, ⟨10.1007/978-3-030-02456-7_8⟩. ⟨hal-02279763⟩

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