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Six hats

  1. 1. How Many Squares?
  2. 2. Developed in the 1980’s byDr. Edward de Bono.
  3. 3. One hat is worn at a time sothat we can focus on onethinking process at a time.When we change hats, wechange our thinking.
  4. 4. Information.What are the facts?
  5. 5. Feelings.What are my feelings aboutthis?
  6. 6. Strengths.What are the positive points?
  7. 7. Weaknesses.What is wrong withthis?
  8. 8. New ideas.What is possible?
  9. 9. Thinking about thinking.What thinking is needed?
  10. 10. APPLY• What are the facts?• What do you feel about this situation? What does your intuition tell you?• Why won’t this work?• What are the benefits? What can be done to ensure success?• What are the possibilities?• Finally provide a reasonable action plan for Pepsi.
  11. 11. Thinking Hat Description Key Word Hat’s Response to Scenario Question The White Hat is cold, neutral, What are the facts? and objective. Represents anger (seeing red). What do you feel about this situation? What does your intuition tell you? Gloomy and negative. Why won’t this work? Sunny and positive. What are the benefits? What can be done to ensure success? Fertile and growing What are the Possibilities? Take time to look from a higher Reflect and wider perspective to see Summarize whether you are addressing Explain the right issue. Action plan

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