1 – The tools of creativity

More and more used in companies, there is a huge variety of tools to help creativity.  Introduction Whether to identify new functions to a product or to solve a quality problem on a production line, creativity is used in all sectors, at any time, and by all....

The serendipity

Serendipity is a concept based on the random discovery of something that will become a success. Introduction How many times have you found something that you were not looking for  Who has never found his favorite pen under the couch during a move ? These few questions...

TRIZ Method

Wilcoxon Test The Wilcoxon test is not to be confused with the Wilcoxon-Mann Whitney test. Even if they are similar, this one is suitable for matched data. Introduction to the TRIZ method TRIZ is a methodology for systematizing creativity. Based on the study of...

Analysis of the customer experience cycle

Customer Experience Cycle Analysis is a simple and pragmatic tool for generating ideas. Focused on the use of the product, it is in his interest to be customer-centric. Introduction The customer experience cycle analysis is to study the product on ” the entire...

The Check List SCAMPER

SCAMPER is a mnemonic to ask all the questions to stimulate creativity and generate ideas.. Introduction This acronym is attributed to Alex Osborn and Bob Eberle in 1971. In 1953, Osborn 1 developed a series of questions to stimulate creativity in solving problems....

Morphological analysis

The morphological analysis aims to systematically explore all the combinations resulting from the decomposition of a system.. Introduction The method was developed by astrophysicist Fritz Zwicky, and published in 19691.He designed this tool to demonstrate the...