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I Wish The Work To Be Completed By Itself, Without My Involvement: The Method Of The Ideal Result In Engineering Problem Solving

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I Wish The Work To Be Completed By Itself, Without My Involvement: The Method Of The Ideal Result In Engineering Problem Solving

January 1998

Anyone who has ever tried to solve a technical or scientific task, has had to make decisions on which directions to take. This paper introduces the Method of the Ideal Result (MIR). This method is based on the Russian TRIZ concept of the Ideal Final (Ultimate) Result. MIR can be effectively used in finding the best direction to the solution. It also evaluates the level of the proposed and existing solutions. A success story of the development of a new measuring technique with MIR is presented. Implementation of the technique made a profit for Russian industry of more than 1.5 million roubles ( US$2.2 million). Download this case study.

Author/s (date): 
Iouri Belski
Company/University: 
RMIT
Subject: 
Reframing, Idea generation
Country: 
Australia