DENVER, CO, June 02, 2015 /24-7PressRelease/
-- BMGI announced today it has acquired The TRIZ Journal, the preeminent source on TRIZ for experienced practitioners, enthusiastic beginners, and academics alike.
One of the most cited resources for TRIZ-related content, The TRIZ Journal was founded in 1996 by Ellen Domb, Ph.D. Hundreds of contributors and thousands of freely accessible articles and case studies fuel the journal, along with book reviews, educational opportunities, and community announcements.
"I am thrilled to have the opportunity to a part of the journal, the legacy, and even more so to be connected to one of the greatest communities of problem solvers in the world," said Derek Bennington, BMGI Associate and Managing Director of The TRIZ Journal.
BMGI is focused on breathing new life into the journal and the brand while keeping the historic legacy intact. The journal will undergo changes and new features will be added in the near future, but strong attention will be given to preserve and protect the key functions the community has enjoyed.
"I am delighted that the TRIZ Journal is returning!" said Domb. "The global TRIZ community has missed the communication, collaboration, and development opportunities that an active publication provides. I'm confident that the new editorial and management staff will return The TRIZ Journal to a significant role in the TRIZ community, and will find new ways to enhance the growth of that community."About The TRIZ Journal
The TRIZ Journal has been the leading resource in TRIZ and innovation thinking since 1996. Developed by Soviet scientist Genrich Altshuller, TRIZ stands for the Theory of Inventive Problem Solving. The purpose of The TRIZ Journal is to make the world aware of the power of TRIZ for solving difficult and complex technical problems. First launched in 1996, The TRIZ Journal grew to thousands of unique readers per month and continues to be the preeminent source for TRIZ-related topics. For more information, visit www.triz-journal.com
BMGI is a consulting firm focusing on Strategy, Innovation, Operational Excellence and Change Management. Since 1999, BMGI has been providing people-driven solutions to help organizations build their problem solving capabilities, improve operations and grow their business. BMGI has offices in 16 countries worldwide and has developed a loyal clientele in industries as diverse as biotechnology, health care, financial services, telecommunications, manufacturing and energy. BMGI's experts have also authored several books, including Insourcing Innovation, The Innovator's Toolkit and Design for Lean Six Sigma. For more information, visit www.bmgi.com