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  • MANAGEMENT OF ORAL COMMUNICATION BOOK REVIEW-SIX THINKING HAT GROUP NUMBER-8 SUBMITTED BY KANIKA BATRA 10609087 GAURAV PASSY 10609085 DIVYA BHATIA 10609083 MEGHA KALA 10609093
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    • CREATIVE THINKING
    • TEACHING THINKING AS A SKILL
    • WRITER OF 62 BOOKS
    • LECTURED IN 54 COUNTRIES
    • INTRODUCED CONCEPTS
      • LATERAL THINKING
      • PARALLEL THINKING
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    • What do you feel about the suggestion?
    • What are your gut reactions?
    • What intuitions do you have?
    • Don’t think too long or too hard.
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    • The information seeking hat.
    • What are the facts?
    • What information is available? What is relevant?
    • When wearing the white hat we are neutral in our thinking.
    • The sunshine hat.
    • It is positive and constructive.
    • It is about effectiveness and getting a job done.
    • What are the benefits, the advantages?
    • The caution hat.
    • In black hat the thinker points out errors or pit-falls.
    • What are the risks or dangers involved?
    • Identifies difficulties and problems.
    • This is the creative mode of thinking.
    • Green represents growth and movement.
    • In green hat we look to new ideas and solutions.
    • Lateral thinking wears a green hat.
    • The control hat, organising thinking itself.
    • Sets the focus, calls for the use of other hats.
    • Monitors and reflects on the thinking processes used.
    • Blue is for planning.
    • EXPLORES DIFFERENT PERSPECTIVES TOWARDS SITUATIONS
    • HATS DEFINE ROLES
    • HATS INDICATE EMOTIONAL STATES AS WELL AS FRAMES OF MIND
    • ALL HATS ARE EQUALLY IMPORTANT
    • Facilitation of meetings (both live & virtual)
    • Leadership development
    • Innovative Thinking
    • Problem solving and decision making
    • Project management
    • Preparation for discussions
    • New products and new designs
    • Marketing
    • Prudential Insurance , the largest insurance group in the world, uses the Six Hats method widely. Images of the six colored hats are woven into carpets at the Canadian headquarters.
    • IBM used the Six Hats method as part of its core training for 40,000 managers worldwide.
    • DuPont's Center for Creativity and Innovation has trained facilitators and uses the Six Hats process extensively.
    • Honeywell has 12 certified in-house instructors who train employees in multiple sites across the U.S.
    • Motorola certified 15 instructors in their new business development department