Theory of Inventive Problem Solving
Theory of Inventive Problem Solving refers to a systematic method for Problem Solving solving that was developed by Russian scientist Genrich Altshuller. The theory is based on the idea that all problems can be solved using a specific set of methods, which can be discovered through analysis of past inventions. It is applied to both everyday and scientific problems and has been used to develop new products, processes, and services.
- Problem Tree Analysis
- Metaplan Method
- Mind Mapping
- Six Thinking Hats
- SHARP (Structured, Holistic Approach for a Research Proposal)