# P ower P r in c ip le

P ower P r in c ip le o f O p e r a t io n M e c h a n ic a l A c t io n C h e m ic a l A c t io n E le c t r o - m a g n e t ic A c t io n E le c t r ic S o u rc e N u c le a r A c t io n B io lo g ic a l A c t io n N o n C o o r d in a t e P a r t ia lly C o o r d in a t e C o o r d in a t e O p p o s it e Future & Innovation Valerio Abate The Innovation Balance No Problem. .No Solution No Contraddiction . . . . . . . . No Invention

Operative Learning "the answer is within the problem A.Einstein The Dialectic Paradox Exercise (From Creative Genius) This is a 4 four step exercise to learn one principle of inventing. How to extract a solution from within the problem itself using the principle: Resolution of Opposites The Dialectic Paradox: Step 1 Goal: Extract & Consolidate Knowledge. Method: Find the word that most describes the problem. Mechanism: Put a problem or issue into one word. Example: If it is a struggle with someone, perhaps the word most descriptive of the problem would be "conflict". If it is a feeling of being unmotivated or stuck, perhaps the word might be "stagnate". Find the best word to describe the negative side of the problem. The Dialectic Paradox: Step 2 Goal: Search & Extract New Knowledge Method: Find the polar opposite word. Mechanism: Choose the word that best describes the ideal resolution of the issue. Example: the resolution of "conflict" could be "harmony" and for "stagnate", it might be "motivated". The Dialectic Paradox: Step 3 Goal: Generate New Concepts Method: Semantic Innovation Mechanism: Put the words into a two word phrase. Example: "motivated stagnation" or "stagnate motivation", or "harmonious conflict" or "conflictual harmony".

The Dialectic Paradox: Step 4 Goal: Synthesize New Solution Method: Resonate with these opposites Mechanism: think of some examples of them in an object or process Example: "harmonious conflict" might be mediation, negotiation, symphony, akido, parasites, fever. "Stagnate motivation" might be hibernation, cocoon, meditation, yoga, etc. This step is one that usually takes some time and/or is one that is helpful to brainstorm with other people. The Development of Anything Human activities needed to innovate: Creativity This thing has value! Problem Solving I got the contraddiction! Representation This is the shape! The Development of the Innovation Development System Knowledge Creativity Problem Solving Design Market

Classification techniques for Creativity & Problem Solving Description 1 Conditioning/motivating/organizing techniques (metal blocks) 2 Randomization (psychological inertia) 3 Focusing techniques (Frustration due to lack of guidelines) 4 Systems (Focusing +Random Flows) 5 Pointed techniques (think in the box) 6 Evolutionary directed techniques (life of technical systems ) Example Listening to music Brainstorming Attribute listing QFD Problem reversal Utilization of the TRIZ Patterns/Lines of Technological Evolution 7 Innovation knowledge-base techniques Contradiction Table and 40 (lack of knowledge structure) Innovation Principles Creativity & Problem Solving Methods M ethod

M ethod Group Psychological 1 1. Randominput 2. Problemreversal 3. Questions Ask 4. Question Summary 5. Lateral Thinking 6. The Discontinuity Principle 7. Thinkertoys 8. Brainstorming 9. Forced Analogy 10. Attribute Listing 11. M orphological Forced Connections 12. M orphological Analysis 13. Imitation 14. M ind M aps * 15. Storyboarding 16. Synectics ** 17. Lotus BlossomTechnique 18. In the Realmof the Senses 19. Drawing and Visual Thinking 20. Camelot 21. Checklists 22. Limericks and parodies 23. Role playing 24. Workout/retreats 25. Kepner-Tregoe 26. Draw a picture 27. Experience kit 28. Fishbone diagram 29. King of the mountain 30. Redefining a problem/opportunity

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35. Associations 36. Circle of opportunity 37. Deadlines 38. Fresh eye 39. Idea bits and racking 40. Idea notebook 41. Input-output 42. Listening to music 43. Name possible uses 44. The Napoleon technique 45. Product improvement 46. Relatedness 47. Relational words 48. Reversal dereversal 49. 7x7 technique 50. Sleeping/dreaming on it 51. The two-words technique 52. Visualization 53. What if? 54. Gordon/Little 55. Group decision support 56. Idea board 57. Idea triggers 58. Innovation committee 59. Intercompany innovation 60. Lions den 61. NHK method 62. Nominal group technique 63. Phillips 66 64. Photo excursion 2 Psychological 3

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71. DO IT 72. LARC 73. Unconscious ProblemSolving 74. Basadur Simplex process 75. Fuzzy Logic (Fuzzy Thinking) 76. SERENDIPITY 77. Wallas model 78. Rossman creativity model 79. Working Paper: M odels for the Creative 80. Barrons Psychic Creation M odel 81. Creative ProblemSolving (CPS) 82. Universal Traveler M odel 83. Robert Fritzs Process for creation 84. Seven Steps by Roger von Oech 85. TRIZ Contradiction Table and 40 86. TRIZ Ideality Concept 87. TRIZ SystemApproach 88. TRIZ Patterns/Lines of Evolutions 91. TRIZ ARIZ 92. TRIZ Substance-Field Analysis 93. TRIZ 76 Standard Solutions 94. TRIZ Systemof Operators X X X 2 3 X X X X

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X X X X X X X X Innovation of Systems S u b s e t o f L a w s o f S y s t e m E v o lu t io n L a w s o f D ia le c t ic s T h e L a w o f t h e U n it y o f O p p o s it e s K e y C o n c e p t : C o n t r a d d ic t io n s T h e L a w s o f T r a s fo r m a t io n o f Q u a n t it y in t o Q u a lit y K e y C o n c e p t: S -C u rv e T h e L a w o f t h e N e g o t ia t io n o f t h e N e g o t ia t io n K e y C o n c e p t s : S p ir a l S h a p e d E v o lu t io n Contraddiction Transition To Supersystem Time Separation Space Separation Transition To Subsystem Phase Space

Separation Parameter P S-Curves Life Time S-Curve Jump Spiral Shaped Innovation m a t r i a l s Fashion

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