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'Plus/Minus/Interesting'. It is a valuable improvement to the 'weighing pros and cons' technique used for centuries. ...

'Plus/Minus/Interesting'. It is a valuable improvement to the 'weighing pros and cons' technique used for centuries.
PMI is an important Decision Making tool: The mind tools used so far in this section have focused on selecting a course of action from a range of options. Before you move straight to action on this course of action, it is important to check that it is going to improve the situation (it may actually be best to do nothing!) PMI is a useful tool for doing this.
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    • PLUS MINUSINTERESTING
    • Introduction
    • Introduction Edward De Bono The PMI (plus, minus, interesting) model was developed by Edward De Bono Graduate of University of Malta A critical thinker, expert, & his models are used worldwide Held appointment in various dignified universities like Cambridge and Oxford Genius conceived Lateral Thinking Process Process is taught in various corporate clients & organizations
    • Introduction PMI To consider all aspects of a matter before making a decision A frame work to evaluate a process that has already taken place Any problem, issue can be analyzed quickly and effectively.
    • Aim
    • AimTo explain PMI, its technique and steps followedby few examples.
    • Sequence
    • SEQUENCE• Definition of PMI.• Intelligence trap.• Steps of PMI technique• How to use PMI Technique• Example 1• Exercise• Conclusion
    • PMI When presented with an idea, people support it or oppose it Once decided they use logic and emotion to defend Using the PMI says “Let’s be fair to an idea and look at it from a few different sides before making up our minds” Like Pros-and-Cons or SWOT analysis
    • PMIP = Plus  The good things about an idea  Why you like it  What are the benefits of it
    • PMIM = Minus  The bad things about an idea  why you dont like it  What are the potential problems
    • PMII= Interesting  What you find interesting about an idea  What are the future implications of the idea  What does it tell us about the status quo
    • INTELLIGENCE TRAP When get trapped at one point As initial opinion formed all effort is to support it Exploration minimized Avoid trap & resort to PMI Plus Minus & Interesting Points be catered for Final Opinion
    • STEPS OF PMI Step1: Plus points Step2: Minus points Step3: Interesting points Step4: Make decission
    • PMI: HOW TO DO IT
    • PMI: HOW TO DO IT
    • PMI: HOW TO DO IT P M I
    • PMI: HOW TO DO IT P M I
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    • Example 1
    • PMI: EXAMPLEScenario: “Windows should be made of transparent plastic”
    • PMI: EXAMPLE PLUS  They wouldn’t break  Not be dangerous when broken  Easier to transport
    • PMI: EXAMPLE MINUS  More expensive  Easily scratched  Melted easily
    • PMI: EXAMPLE INTERESTING  Plastic available in any colour  Glass is best option we use to it  Anti scratch coating
    • Exercise
    • PMI: EXERCISEScenario: “All seats should be taken out of buses”
    • PMI: EXERCISE POSSIBLE SOLUTIONS PLUS  More people would be able to get into buses  It would be easier to get in and out  Buses would be cheaper to make and to repair MINUS  Passengers would fall over if sudden stops  Old people and the disabled might not be able to use buses  It would be harder to carry shopping bags and babies INTERESTING  Might be two types of bus; one with seats, one without  The same bus might do more work  Comfort is less important on a bus ??
    • Conclusion
    • CONCLUSION Best Model for any given situation Without PMI a valuable idea can be rejected. Without PMI disadvantages are ignored The PMI yearns Interesting ideas other than Good or Bad Emotions are resorted to without PMI PMI explores other valued ideas
    • BEST MODEL FOR ANY GIVEN SITUATION
    • WITHOUT PMI A VALUABLE IDEA CAN BE REJECTED
    • WITHOUT PMI DISADVANTAGES ARE IGNORED
    • PMI YEARNS INTERESTING IDEAS OTHERTHAN GOOD OR BAD
    • EMOTIONS ARE RESORTED TO WITHOUT PMI
    • PMI EXPLORES OTHER VALUED IDEAS