A Relevance Analysis of TRIZ Management Parameters for Product Development Process
How to improve the efficiency of R & D projects and build a systematic innovation management process has become one of the important survival strategies of enterprises under the influence of the new product development project under the pressure of the product listing. The systematic thinking model has always been an important concept advocated by the TRIZ theory and is one of the advantages favored by many scholars. Therefore, the import of the TRIZ method should be effective in the management of the development project process. In order to apply the engineering parameters constructed in the TRIZ theory to the field of non-technology guidance, some parameters and the application areas need to be relevant and defined before they can be used. Therefore, this study is based on D. Mann's three 11 management parameters and forty management innovation based on the principle of management from the nature of the product development project to explore the process, with a single management characteristics of the generic product development process for the various stages of analysis, summarized for the management and development Project management principles, to construct project management aids to provide advice to help project managers to effectively solve the problem of project management experience.
Keywords: TRIZ, Product Development Management , 31 management parameters, 40 Inventive Business Principles
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