Six hats thinking and nursing informatics

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Six hats thinking and nursing informatics

  1. 1. Six Hats Thinking and Nursing Informatics<br />CoNI<br />20 May, 2011<br />Connie B. Bishop, MBA, RN-BC<br />DNP Student, Duke University School of Nursing<br />
  2. 2. Six Hats Thinking and Nursing Informatics<br /><ul><li> Ever encounter disagreement in groups?
  3. 3. Ever get frustrated going to meetings where all</li></ul> people do is complain?<br /><ul><li> Ever just say – I’m not going, nothing gets done!</li></li></ul><li>Six Hats Thinking and Nursing Informatics<br />Edward DeBono, 1999 Six Hats Thinking<br />
  4. 4. Six Hats Thinking and Nursing Informatics<br /><ul><li>Black = Being cautious
  5. 5. White = Mr. Spock
  6. 6. Yellow = Optimism
  7. 7. Green = Creativity
  8. 8. Blue = Big Picture
  9. 9. Red = Feelings/emotions</li></li></ul><li>Six Hats Thinking and Nursing Informatics<br />TASK ROLES<br /><ul><li> Initiating
  10. 10. Seeking information
  11. 11. Seeking opinion
  12. 12. Giving information
  13. 13. Giving opinion
  14. 14. Elaborating
  15. 15. Coordinating‘
  16. 16. Evaluating
  17. 17. Testing for consensus</li></ul>Maintenance Roles<br /><ul><li> Encouraging
  18. 18. Gate keeping
  19. 19. Standard setting
  20. 20. Following
  21. 21. Expressing group feelings
  22. 22. Diagnosing
  23. 23. Mediating
  24. 24. Relieving tensions</li></li></ul><li>Six Hats Thinking and Nursing Informatics<br />QI = Blue, White, Yellow, Black, Green and Red<br />Problem solving = Blue, White, Green, Red, Yellow, Black<br />Performance Review = Blue, Red, White, Yellow, Black, Green<br />Strategic planning = Blue, Yellow, Black and White **<br />Initial ideas = Blue, White and Green<br />Choosing alternatives = Blue, White, Green, Yellow, Black and Red<br />Identifying solutions = Blue, White, Black and Green<br />Quick feedback = Blue, Black, Green and White<br />** Common to all = Blue , White and Green; EXCEPT Strategic Planning<br />
  25. 25. Six Hats Thinking and Nursing Informatics<br />Six hats should be an integral part of your group tool kit.<br />Group roles are critical in creating great groups.<br />
  26. 26. Six Hats Thinking and Nursing Informatics<br />References:<br />ANA, Nursing Informatics: Scope and Standards of Practice. 2008.<br />Bennis, Warren. 1992. Leaders on Leadership. Boston: Harvard Business Review Book.<br />DeBono, Edward. 1999. Six Hats Thinking. Mica Management Resources, Inc. <br />http://www.edwdebono.com/<br />http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Six_Thinking_Hats<br />
  27. 27. Six Hats Thinking and Nursing Informatics<br />CoNI<br />20 May, 2011<br />Connie B. Bishop, MBA, RN-BC<br />DNP Student, Duke University School of Nursing<br />
  28. 28. Six Hats Thinking and Nursing Informatics<br />CoNI<br />20 May, 2011<br />Connie B. Bishop, MBA, RN-BC<br />DNP Student, Duke University School of Nursing<br />

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