What if is was possible to…

1.     Invent on-demand?

2.     Know what to invent next?

3.     Develop a structured map of all patentable opportunities?

Over the last 65 years, the ability to achieve these objectives has become a reality.  Foundational work done by Generich Altshuller, creator of TRIZ (The Theory of Inventive Problem Solving) plus more recent advancements have made these tasks possible.   Decades of research has resulted in a comprehensive collection of principles defining how people throughout history invented and solved complex problems.  Evolutionary principles and unique processes have been developed that support the analysis of past data such as experiences, literature, prior art and patents to reveal new opportunities and allow corporations to compete, protect and control IP in new ways.  This presentation will focus on an introduction to Structured Innovation and TRIZ, a process for identifying paradigm shifting invention opportunities and a method for mapping out and spinning off an array of patents rapidly.


Who Should Attend:




  • Corporate IP Professionals
  • Corporate Licensing Executives
  • In-House Counsel
  • Business Development Professionals
  • Technology Transfer Professionals
  • Attorneys
  • Consultants
  • Academics
  • Students

Seminar Information
Date Presented:
April 11, 2012 1:00 PM Eastern
1 hour, 30 minutes
LES Member Price:
Non-Member Price:
Structured Innovation and Intellectual Property
Speaker Information
Dana Clarke   [ view bio ]
Individual topic purchase: Selected
Licensing Executives Society (USA & Canada)
CLE (California): 1.50
CLE (Illinois): 1.50
Certified Licensing Professionals, Inc.: 1.50
LES Member Price:$100.00
Non-Member Price:$130.00