3 ways to beat engineering creativity obstacles

03/19/2013 | Manufacturing.net

While brainstorming is a popular creativity-stimulation technique, Eogogics faculty principal member Joseph H. Berk writes that he prefers other methods, including Biomimicry, which involves looking to nature for inspiration, Nine Screens, which uses a three-by-three matrix, and TRIZ, which stands for the Russian words meaning theory of inventive problem solving.

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