1 – Introduction to innovation

“There is something much more serious than not having succeeded; It’s not having tried.” – Franklin Roosevelt. Introduction Etymologically, the term innovation comes from the Latin Novus meaning ” new “. The concept appeared in 1927...

2 – Introduction to creativity

In a world always in search of novelty, creativity is a major axis of development. There are many stimulation tools, but other levers are also sources of creativity. Introduction Creativity is considered to be a critical factor in enabling the organization to respond...

3 – The tools of creativity

1 – The tools of creativity More and more used in companies, there is a huge variety of tools to help creativity. The serendipity Serendipity is a concept based on the random discovery of something that will become a success TRIZ Method TRIZ is a methodology for...

4 – The Quality Function Deployment

QFD is the backbone of Design For Six Sigma. Real structuring tool, it gives the way to follow of a project of development of product / service. Historical Originally, the QFD was developed by two Japanese teachers, Yoji AKAO and Shigeru Mizuno, in the late 1960s. In...

5 – Robust design

1 – Robust design The robust design is a concept developed by Taguchi in the 1950s. It is based on the fact that a product must be reliable even unforeseen situations. 2 – Taguchi plans for Screening Taguchi’s plans are among the most popular in the...

Design For X

Introduction to Design For X The DFX, “Design For X”, brings together a set of tools, methods and rules to help design products that better meet the needs of customers while meeting the expectations of production, respect for the environment … The...