The Ideal solves the problem itself - Ideal Self Systems. Systems develop to deliver benefits better Perfecting Functions to deliver those benefits. Size -Time - Cost for visualising solutions. Ideality Audit begins with the Ideal outcome. Start with only requirements initially forget both systems and constraints. Finding Solutions - Systematic or Eureka Moments? Simple example of Substance-Field Analysis using the Standard Solutions. Size -Time - Cost for visualising solutions.
Basic Building Blocks for Problem Solving. How many answers are there to the world s problems? The eight trends map natural progression and development to show that as systems develop over time they can be shown to. Use the resources we've got. Avoiding Premature Solutions Ask Why? Problems Vary some are easy some are difficult. Time Decisions - not putting the right resources and effort in early in the problem. Using Function Analysis on real and difficult problems. Ideality — Understanding what we really really want and what everyone wants.
Ideal Outcome to Solve Problems. Understanding the 39 Technical Parameters. Clever solutions use the right and available resources. Our knowledge is not enough! Many solutions to any problem. Chapter 11: Function Analysis for System Understanding. Thinking up Solutions is more fun than meeting Needs. Ideal outcome, Delivered by essential functions - look for relevant resources.
Function Analysis and Maps for System understanding. The first chapters just kept repeating reasons why this method is amazing and should be used, without ever giving concrete examples of the method or tools. Function Analysis and Maps for System understanding. The simple systems below have simple Prime Functions which deliver their Prime Benefit and Ultimate Goal. Why use Time and Scale? I already bought the book and read 100 pages. Why use Time and Scale? Needs the beginning of any process Engineering or otherwise. Simple Rules of Function Analysis.
Time and scale for hazardous situations. Ideal and Constraints, Reality and problem solutions. Locating best answers -obvious only after we have found them. Chapter 6: The Ideal Solves the Problem. Three strategies to ensure that we all achieve the same level of very creative thinking like clever and creative individuals.
Causes and Effects and Hazards Maps. Functions imply how we get something but Benefits contain no solutions in their descriptions. Ideal and Constraints, Reality and problem solutions. Systems Get the Right System and Get the System Right. Unidentified Manufacturing problem - scrap rate of rises dramatically. . Genius, Resources and Ideal Thinking.
Ideality Audit begins with the Ideal outcome. Four Simple Steps to Define the Ideal, uncover required functions and deliver them from Resources. What neglect or small savings now could cost the earth later? Simple steps for applying Substance-Field Model Analysis to Problems. Function Maps contain all the System and relevant environmental elements. Consider the development of the Breathalyzer.
Ideal Outcome - What do we really, really want? Choosing Systems to meet all needs. One last word of warning. Simple steps for applying Substance-Field Model Analysis to Problems. These successful music organisations still flourish. Can you just get to the point already? Chapter 11: Function Analysis for System Understanding. System Development through extra Functions. Three strategies to ensure that we all achieve the same level of very creative thinking like clever and creative individuals.
Systems provide functions which provide benefits. Thinking in Time and Scale — Talented thinking for everyone. Ideal Outcome helps us initially say what we want — not always how we'll get it. The Ideal solves the problem itself - Ideal Self Systems. The interesting gaps between Inspirational ideas and Scientific proofs.
The same exact ideas, often word for word, are presented over, and over, and over, and. Simple Questions to ask in problem solving. Many of the cartoons and diagrams are not legible reading this on Kindle. More space is dedicated to describing and justifying what the book will be explaining than in the actual explanation. Needs - the beginning of any process - Engineering or otherwise. Avoiding Premature Solutions - Ask Why? Function Analysis for understanding and solving simple problems. Function Map All the Subject action Object s together.