Southbeach Notation: Improve Everything Always

Southbeach Notation: Improve Everything Always
In this Article well-respected thought leader, Howard Smith, with coauthors, Mark Burnett and Chrysogon Young, announce Southbeach 0.8, a new visual diagramming and modeling style. It fosters integrative thinking—situations where the problem needs to be viewed from multiple perspectives and there is a need to resolve contradictions among opposing ideas to generate innovative outcomes. Southbeach 0.8 is an extension of typical TRIZ and has been developed to support a variety of new applications where TRIZ methods are valuable. The authors believe that this notation and its methodology will have many applications in business, design and technology, including Change Management, Process Improvement and Re-engineering, and that it will appeal to management consultants and engineers, alike.

Howard Smith

Howard Smith

Howard Smith is CTO (Europe) for CSC and a Research Associate with the Leading Edge Forum (LEF). Howard has recently developed CSC's methodology for Services Innovation, based on Services Blueprinting and the Southbeach Notation. A sought after speaker, advisor and problem solver, Howard’s expertise spans early stage technology search, software engineering, systems integration, business process, services innovation, ideation and futures scanning. He is the author of two books: Business Process Management: The Third Wave and IT Doesn’t Matter - Business Processes Do. Contact Howard via LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/profile/view?id=9859.
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