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  • Better Thinking About Thinking Edward de Bono’s “Six Thinking Hats”
  • Blue Hat Managing The Thinking Setting The Focus Making Summaries Overviews • Conclusions White Hat Action Plans Black HatInformation & Data Why It May Not Work Neutral & Objective Cautions • DangersChecked & Believed Facts Problems • Faults Missing Information & Logical Reasons Where To Source It Must Be Given FOCUS Yellow Hat Red Hat Why It May Work Feelings & Intuition Values & Benefits Emotions Or Hunches(Both Known & Potential) “At This Point” The Good In It No Reasons or Justification Logical Reasons Keep It Short Must Be Given Green Hat Creative Thinking Possibilities • Alternatives New Ideas • New Concepts Overcome Black Hat Problems & Reinforce Yellow Hat2 Values
  • six thinking hats white hat What information is available? What information do we need? How are we going to get the missing information? Published by Advanced Practical Thinking Training, Inc.® ©1998 The McQuaig Group
  • six thinking hats red hat What are my feelings right now? What does my intuition tell me? What is my gut reaction? Published by Advanced Practical Thinking Training, Inc.® ©1998 The McQuaig Group
  • six thinking hats black hat What are some possible problems? What difficulties could we encounter? What are points for caution? What are the risks? Published by Advanced Practical Thinking Training, Inc.® ©1998 The McQuaig Group
  • six thinking hats yellow hat What are the benefits? What are the positives? What are the values? Can this be made to work? Published by Advanced Practical Thinking Training, Inc.® ©1998 The McQuaig Group
  • six thinking hats green hat What creative ideas do we have? What are the alternatives? How can we overcome the black hat difficulties? Published by Advanced Practical Thinking Training, Inc.® ©1998 The McQuaig Group
  • six thinking hats blue hat Where should we start? What is the agenda? What are the objectives? Which hats should we use? How can we summarize? What should we do next? Published by Advanced Practical Thinking Training, Inc.® ©1998 The McQuaig Group
  • six thinking hats Ways to Use the Hats Individually (i.e., thinking alone) In conversation In meetings Reports and presentations Published by Advanced Practical Thinking Training, Inc.® ©1998 The McQuaig Group
  • “Idea Killers” Good idea, but it’s the same as… We tried that before. That’s not how we do it here. Who will pay for that? Management will never go for it.Name some more…?