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  • 1. An aid to decision making and problem solving in digital media projects
  • 2. Intuitive Informative Constructive Cautious Creative Reflective DIGITAL MEDIA PROBLEM ?
  • 3.
    • Slow and unfocused
    • One-sided – tend to see only one point of view
    • No expansion of ideas
    • In group setting – leads to argument
    • Defensive position
  • 4.
    • What do you feel about the suggestion?
    • What are your gut reactions?
    • What intuitions do you have?
    • Don’t think too long or too hard.
    Allows the thinker to put forward an intuition without any need to justify it
  • 5.
    • The information seeking hat.
    • What are the facts?
    • What information is available? What is relevant?
    • When wearing the white hat we are neutral in our thinking.
    Let’s talk to the client – why do you want that?
  • 6.
    • The sunshine hat.
    • It is positive and constructive.
    • It is about effectiveness and getting a job done.
    • What are the benefits, the advantages?
    This is why it will work and these will be the benefits….
  • 7.
    • The caution hat.
    • In black hat the thinker points out errors or pit-falls.
    • What are the risks or dangers involved?
    • Identifies difficulties and problems.
    We don’t have the money, time, expertise……
  • 8.
    • This is the creative mode of thinking.
    • Green represents growth and movement.
    • In green hat we look to new ideas and solutions.
    • Lateral thinking wears a green hat.
    How many different approaches can we take to this problem….
  • 9.
    • The control hat, organising thinking itself.
    • Sets the focus, calls for the use of other hats.
    • Monitors and reflects on the thinking processes used.
    • Blue is for planning.
    What should be our next step? Put on your red hats and….
  • 10. What information do we have? What’s good about our product What are the risks? Brainstorm ideas DIGITAL MEDIA PROBLEM ? Will we succeed? What’s our plan? 1 2 3 4 5 6
  • 11.
    • Two Broad Uses of the Six Hat Method:
    • 1. Occasional Use
    • 2. Systematic Use
  • 12.
    • Use one hat at a time in a meeting or during a conversation to “request” a certain type of thinking.
    • After hat has been used for a limited period of time “thinkers” get back to conversation, discussion or argument as the case may be.
    • Provides a convenient and practical way of asking for a certain “type” of thinking.
  • 13.
    • White (to get information)
    • Green (to get ideas and proposals)
    • Yellow followed by Black on each alternative (to evaluate the alternatives)
    • Red (to assess feeling at this point)
    • Blue ( to decide what thinking to do next)

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