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TRIZ Journal's November Issue

TRIZ Journal’s November Issue

| On 02, Nov 2015

November Issue

The November Issue of The TRIZ Journal features three unique additions to the community: one expands our diverse reach into the 40 Principles for industries and the other two focus on how TRIZ can play a significant role in business.

We are also excited to announce a collaboration effort between The TRIZ Journal and the Altshuller aniflameInstitute. We are working together on many fronts to create new and engaging additions for the TRIZ community, whether you are a seasoned expert or just getting your feet wet.

November marks six months since BMGI took over the journal! We have learned a lot in these first months. However, we would love to hear your feedback. Below is a link to the readership survey. The more we hear from you, the more we can forge the right path going forward. Thank you for your support!

Take the survey here

If you would like to submit an article or have thoughts on how to improve the issues, please contact me at I look forward to connecting with each of you personally via email or LinkedIn.

I also want to encourage you, regardless of your experience level, to join The TRIZ Journal Linkedin Group. While we’re just getting started, we hope for this to become an active group for all things TRIZ-related.

Thank you for your dedicated support of the journal. We are excited for what the future holds!

Derek Bennington
Managing Director


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A brief look at recent history shows the consequences of not paying attention to disruptive threats. Historical records of product development and innovation do provide some clues as to how and why technologies and their sibling products appear and disappear. Read More





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