Decision making 6 thinking hats

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6 Thniking Hats - A powerful Decision Making technique created by Edward de bono helps you to take several important perspectives into consideration, it forces you to think beyond your habitual thinking style and take a rounded view of any situation and thus helps in effetive decision making

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Decision making 6 thinking hats

  1. 1. 6 Thinking Hats of Decision Making
  2. 2. ObjectivesParadigm ShiftUnderstanding Different Thinking StylesDifferent Aspects of Decision MakingEffective Decision Making
  3. 3. GOODDECISIONS
  4. 4. GOODDECISIONS
  5. 5. • Born on 19 May, 1933 in Malta.• Physician, Inventor, Author• Coined the term Lateral Thinking• Author of 62 books in 47 languages.• Author of best selling book ‘6 Thinking Hats’• Faculty at the Universities of Oxford, Cambridge, Harvard
  6. 6. “Facts & survey tell us that, we should go for this.”
  7. 7. •The information seeking hat•Facts, Figures, Survey, Anal ysis, Objective.•Rational & Neutral Thinking•Listen to head.
  8. 8. “I feel this is a right decision for everybody’s good.”
  9. 9. Red Hat •The gut feeling hat. •Feelings & Emotions about the suggestion. •Intuitions •Listen to heart
  10. 10. “We have to be careful, there are risks attached.”
  11. 11. Black Hat •The sunshine hat. •Positive and Constructive. •Bright Side.
  12. 12. Let’s be positive….Whatever Happens , Happens for the Best
  13. 13. Yellow Hat •The sunshine hat. •Positive and Constructive. •Bright Side.
  14. 14. “Letscreate a solution for making currentsituation better”
  15. 15. Green Hat •The Creative Hat. •Fertile, growth and movement. •Lateral mode of thinking. •New ideas and solutions.
  16. 16. “Lets organize our thoughts”“And focus on the best option.”
  17. 17. Blue Hat •The planning hat. •Organizing thought process. •Sets the focus. •Cool & controlled •Monitors and reflects.
  18. 18. Thank You

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