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Converge - MeWeUs Me write down own opinions We Pair’s or small group’s opinions Share and choose Us Share and choose www.danielteng.com12年10月15日星期⼀一
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6 Thinking Hats White Hat thinking: This covers facts, figures, information needs and gaps. "I think we need some white hat thinking at this point..." means Lets drop the arguments and proposals, and look at the data base." Red Hat thinking: This covers intuition, feelings and emotions. The red hat allows the thinker to put forward an intuition without any ned to justify it. "Putting on my red hat, I think this is a terrible proposal." Ususally feelings and intuition can only be introduced into a discussion if they are supported by logic. Usually the feeling is genuine but the logic is spurious.The red hat gives full permission to a thinker to put forward his or her feelings on the subject at the moment. Black Hat thinking: This is the hat of judgment and caution. It is a most valuable hat. It is not in any sense an inferior or negative hat. The black hat is used to point out why a suggestion does not fit the facts, the available experience, the system in use, or the policy that is being followed. The black hat must always be logical. Yellow Hat thinking: This is the logical positive. Why something will work and why it will offer benefits. It can be used in looking forward to the results of some proposed action, but can also be used to find something of value in what has already happened. Green Hat thinking: This is the hat of creativity, alternatives, proposals, what is interesting, provocations and changes. Blue Hat thinking: This is the overview or process control hat. It looks not at the subject itself but at the thinking about the subject. "Putting on my blue hat, I feel we should do some more green hat thinking at this point." In technical terms, the blue hat is concerned with meta-cognition. www.danielteng.com12年10月15日星期⼀一
SCAMPER Typical questions: What can I substitute to make an improvement? What if I swap S Substitute this for that and see what happens? How can I substitute the place, time, materials or people? C Combine Typical questions: What materials, features, processes, people, products or components can I combine? Where can I build synergy? A Adapt Typical questions: What part of the product could I change? And in exchange for what? What if I were to change the characteristics of a component Modify/ Typical questions: What happens if I warp or exaggerate a feature or M distort component? What will happen if I modify the process in some way? Put to Typical questions: What other market could I use this product in? Who or P other what else might be able to use it? purposes Typical questions: What would happen if I removed a component or part of it? E Eliminate How else would I achieve the solution without the normal way of doing it? Rearrange/ Typical questions: What if I did it the other way round? What if I R Reverse www.danielteng.com reverse the order it is done or the way it is used? How would I achieve the opposite effect?12年10月15日星期⼀一
Group Wisdom Diverge Brain storm Converge Dot voting MeWeUs Thinking Toys 6 Thinking Hat SCAMPER www.danielteng.com12年10月15日星期⼀一
Creative Problem Solving - CPS Identify Goal, 1 Wish or Challenge 2 Gather Data 3 Clarify the Problem 4 Generate Ideas Select & 5 Stregthen Solutions 6 Plan for Action www.danielteng.com12年10月15日星期⼀一