This agenda is a practical method that is easy to teach, easy to learn, and will get you started actually using the TRIZ methods fast. Many organizations that are looking for better methods for creativity have resisted TRIZ because of a perception that TRIZ is complicated and difficult. This impression has been due to the long, detailed step-by-step guides for problem solving and problem-statement development


in traditional TRIZ teaching systems. The most detailed step-by-step guide for problem solving is ARIZ. Altshuller and his team developed different versions of ARIZ between 1956 and 1985. A good review is published in Savransky’s book.1