The Elements of Southbeach Notation 0.9

The Elements of Southbeach Notation 0.9
Green is ‘useful’, red is ‘harmful’. A dashed line is ‘insufficient’, a dotted line is ‘potentially’. These and many other visual idioms are defined by Southbeach Notation, a unique and visual approach to innovation, improvement, problem solving and other analytical tasks. This month, the authors of Southbeach, Howard Smith and Mark Burnett, release a new specification that incorporates their experience with TRIZ and TRIZ-like methods over the last few years.

Howard Smith

Howard Smith

Howard Smith is the author of Business Process Management: The Third Wave. Now retired from his role as CTO at Computer Sciences Corporation (DXC), he created Southbeach Notation with his colleague Mark Burnett. The notation was later implemented by micro ISV Southbeach Solutions, a UK company. He is currently exploring the potential of LLMs for problem-solving and innovation and is the author of the ‘In Conversation with GPT’ series of (10) books, available via Amazon worldwide. Howard can be reached at smithhn@gmail.com, on Twitter @sbnotation or via LinkedIn
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