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The Six Value Medals
     By Edward DeBono
WHY?
   The value medals are symbols
pointing us in directions we might
        not normally look.
Symbols
                  Organisation / Systems
                                             Quality


Human Needs




  ...
Overview
Overview
Overview
Overview
Overview
Gold
Gold
•How are people being treated?
•How will this impact people?
•You remove a negative human
value to create a positive
...
Silver
Silver
•Organisational Values-
these arise from the
intended purpose of the
company/person
• Cost control,
efficiency, com...
Steel
Steel
        •Quality- the
        excellence with
        which someone
        achieves something
        • Customer va...
Glass
Glass
   •Innovation, Creativity,
   Simplicity
   •Deliberate, creative
   change
   •Spell out the value and
   benefits...
Wood
Wood
•Your impact on third parties that
aren’t directly involved
•Effect on your natural
environment
•Social impact on a r...
Brass
Brass
•People react to the real world of their
perceptions, not to the true world
•How will this be perceived?
•We all hav...
Silver




        Steel            Gold




Brass            Wood           Glass
The point of view we look
 through: Organisation of
       company/self

                             Silver




         ...
The point of view we look
 through: Organisation of
       company/self

                             Silver
             ...
The point of view we look
      through: Organisation of
            company/self

                                  Silve...
The point of view we look
       through: Organisation of
             company/self

                                    S...
The point of view we look
       through: Organisation of
             company/self

                                    S...
The point of view we look
       through: Organisation of
             company/self

                                    S...
Strong   These are large, strong, important values
Strong   These are large, strong, important values



     Sound   Significant values worth having
Strong   These are large, strong, important values



     Sound   Significant values worth having




             Weak  ...
Strong   These are large, strong, important values



     Sound   Significant values worth having




             Weak  ...
Organisation
Organisation

Strong
Organisation

Strong
Organisation

Strong
Organisation

Sound
Strong
Organisation

Sound
Strong
Organisation
Weak

Sound
Strong
Organisation
Remote
 Weak

Sound
Strong
Organisation
Remote
 Weak

Sound
Strong
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    1. 1. The Six Value Medals By Edward DeBono
    2. 2. WHY? The value medals are symbols pointing us in directions we might not normally look.
    3. 3. Symbols Organisation / Systems Quality Human Needs Innovation Creativity Perceptions Environment
    4. 4. Overview
    5. 5. Overview
    6. 6. Overview
    7. 7. Overview
    8. 8. Overview
    9. 9. Gold
    10. 10. Gold •How are people being treated? •How will this impact people? •You remove a negative human value to create a positive human value •Basic human needs need to be free from negative values
    11. 11. Silver
    12. 12. Silver •Organisational Values- these arise from the intended purpose of the company/person • Cost control, efficiency, communication
    13. 13. Steel
    14. 14. Steel •Quality- the excellence with which someone achieves something • Customer values (the quality the perceive, not just the quality of the product) • Improvements
    15. 15. Glass
    16. 16. Glass •Innovation, Creativity, Simplicity •Deliberate, creative change •Spell out the value and benefits of new ideas, don’t just present novelty •Potential
    17. 17. Wood
    18. 18. Wood •Your impact on third parties that aren’t directly involved •Effect on your natural environment •Social impact on a region •Office environment/attitude
    19. 19. Brass
    20. 20. Brass •People react to the real world of their perceptions, not to the true world •How will this be perceived? •We all have selective perception- we see through our emotions, preconceptions and prejudices. •Look at other people’s points of view
    21. 21. Silver Steel Gold Brass Wood Glass
    22. 22. The point of view we look through: Organisation of company/self Silver Steel Gold Brass Wood Glass
    23. 23. The point of view we look through: Organisation of company/self Silver Usually we don’t specifically improve these values- we just remove negative ones, but other values can impact on them. Steel Gold Brass Wood Glass
    24. 24. The point of view we look through: Organisation of company/self Silver Usually we don’t specifically improve these values- we just remove negative ones, but other values can Quality needs to be impact on them. considered in all other values Steel Gold Brass Wood Glass
    25. 25. The point of view we look through: Organisation of company/self Silver Usually we don’t specifically improve these values- we just remove negative ones, but other values can Quality needs to be impact on them. considered in all other values Steel Gold Brass Wood Glass The first you’ll see if you’re scanning the page. Perception is the first thing that affects the values
    26. 26. The point of view we look through: Organisation of company/self Silver Usually we don’t specifically improve these values- we just remove negative ones, but other values can Quality needs to be impact on them. considered in all other values Steel Gold Brass Wood Glass The first you’ll see if you’re The environment is central. scanning the page. Perception All the other values will is the first thing that affects effect our surroundings. the values
    27. 27. The point of view we look through: Organisation of company/self Silver Usually we don’t specifically improve these values- we just remove negative ones, but other values can Quality needs to be impact on them. considered in all other values Steel Gold Glass values are not major values. They’re important, Brass Wood Glass but we don’t ‘live’ on them The first you’ll see if you’re The environment is central. scanning the page. Perception All the other values will is the first thing that affects effect our surroundings. the values
    28. 28. Strong These are large, strong, important values
    29. 29. Strong These are large, strong, important values Sound Significant values worth having
    30. 30. Strong These are large, strong, important values Sound Significant values worth having Weak On it’s own it’s weak, but together they add up to something significant
    31. 31. Strong These are large, strong, important values Sound Significant values worth having Weak On it’s own it’s weak, but together they add up to something significant Remote Small possibility
    32. 32. Organisation
    33. 33. Organisation Strong
    34. 34. Organisation Strong
    35. 35. Organisation Strong
    36. 36. Organisation Sound Strong
    37. 37. Organisation Sound Strong
    38. 38. Organisation Weak Sound Strong
    39. 39. Organisation Remote Weak Sound Strong
    40. 40. Organisation Remote Weak Sound Strong
    41. 41. . 8 . 9 6 . 19 13 5 4 7 1 2 3 14 12 11 15 18 16 10 17 . 20 28 30 29 24 31 .22 . 21 27 23 26 25
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