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Six Thinking Hats
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  • 1. Six thinking hatsDe Bonoby JamilAlkhatib<br />Structured Creativity Method<br />
  • 2. De Bono<br />Edward de Bono (19 May 1933, Malta )<br />Physician, author, inventor, and consultant<br />The originator of the term lateral thinking<br />Best selling book Six Thinking Hats<br />Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edward_de_Bono<br />
  • 3. Creativity according to De Bono<br />creativity should be producible on demand, <br />and that formation of new ideas cannot merely be left to chance<br />
  • 4. Human Brain & Thinking<br />Human brain is so efficient <br />Ability to handle and think in many things at the same time<br />Lacks a systematic creativity<br />Different opinions/point of views create conflicts<br />Human Brain<br />Human Thinking<br />
  • 5. Human thinking is based on<br />Facts and Information<br />Emotions and Feelings<br />Cautious and Careful<br />Positive<br />Creative Thinking<br />Control of Thinking<br />White Hat<br />Red Hat<br />Black Hat<br />Yellow Hat<br />Green Hat <br />Blue Hat<br />
  • 6. Six Thinking hats method is about<br />Direction of thinking<br />Not description of current thinking<br />“Let’s have some black hat thinking…”<br />Mode of thinking<br />Not categories of people<br />Not: “He’s a black hat thinker.”<br />
  • 7. Six Thinking Hats Method<br />Diversifies the thinking<br />Organizes the thinking<br />Focuses on one thing at a time<br />Provides a common language for groups<br />Minimizes conflicts in discussions <br />Saves time (speeds up decision making process)<br />

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