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TRIZ, a Russian acronym for the Theory of Inventive Problem Solving, is an approach for systematic innovation planning. In the Theory of Inventive Problem Solving (TRIZ), the overall aim is the development of an enhanced methodology for a smooth innovation mapping. It is also a way of technology management. The base of TRIZ depends on organisational ecology and sustainability concepts. Should a foundation use this scientific method, then, sustainable innovation can easily occur there. In this paper, conceptualised combinations will be further investigated, tested and applied in subsequent phases and results. The organization of this paper has four major phases. The first part is composed of general terminology, benefits of the method and rules. The second part gives information about the definition of the problem and the details of the way which is used. Concept of the third phase is about the implementation. The results, comments and recommendations form the last phase.
Keywords: TRIZ, sustainability, innovation.
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