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    6hats #2 6hats #2 Presentation Transcript

    • de Bono overview
    • Information and Data
      • What information is available?
      • What information would we like to have?
      • How are we going to get the missing information?
    • Values and Benefits
      • What are the values of this idea?
      • What are the good things about this?
    • Issues and Concerns
      • What could be the possible problems?
      • What could some of the difficulties be?
      • What are points of caution?
      • What are the risks?
    • Creativity
      • Are there other ways to do this?
      • What else could we do here?
      • What are the possibilities?
      • What will overcome our difficulties?
    • How do I feel?
      • What are me feelings right now?
      • What does my intuition tell me?
      • What is my gut reaction?
    • Thinking about thinking
      • What is our agenda?
      • What is our next step?
      • Which hat are we using now?
      • How can we summarise the discussions so far?
      • What is our decision?
      • Using Six Thinking Hats®, you and your team will learn how to:
      • look at problems, decisions, and opportunities systematically
      • use Parallel Thinking™ as a group or team to generate more, better ideas and solutions
      • make meetings much shorter and more productive
      • reduce conflict among team members or meeting participants
      • stimulate innovation by generating more and better ideas quickly
      • create dynamic, results oriented meetings that make people want to participate
      • go beyond the obvious to discover effective alternate solutions
      • spot opportunities where others see only problems
      • think clearly and objectively
      • view problems from new and unusual angles
      • make thorough evaluations
      • see all sides of a situation
      • keep egos and "turf protection" in check
      • achieve significant and meaningful results