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TRIZ Journal's October Issue

TRIZ Journal’s October Issue

| On 28, Sep 2015



You may be wondering why we skipped the September Issue. Long story short, moving forward we will be releasing the issues for that month by the first of the month, rather than toward the end, which didn’t make a lot of sense!


With that said, we have been working with many talented and generous authors, and are excited for this October Issue of The TRIZ Journal featuring three unique additions to the community. As the TRIZ Journal evolves, so will our monthly issues. With your help, we will continue to build the TRIZ Journal into a more robust source on all things TRIZ. Stay on the lookout for an upcoming “Issue Feedback Survey.” Every day we learn how to do this a little better, and we look forward to your input. In the meantime, if you have thoughts on how to improve the issues moving forward or would like to submit an article for an upcoming issue, please contact me at I look forward to connecting with each of you personally via email or my LinkedIn profile.

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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