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