Six Thinking Hats

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Cara kita berpikir menentukan hasil pemikiran kita Kita dapat melihat persoalan dari sudut yang berbeda Kesuksesan berpikir tergantung bagaimana cara kita berpikir.

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Six Thinking Hats

  1. 1. 6 Thinking Hats Facts Optimism CreativityEmotions Negativity Control
  2. 2. Parallel Thinking dan Otak Kita  Cara kita berpikir menentukan hasil pemikiran kita  Kita dapat melihat persoalan dari sudut yang berbeda  Kesuksesan berpikir tergantung bagaimana cara kita berpikir.
  3. 3. Meeting, Brainstorming dan Tukar Pikiran  Compang camping pemikiran yang kacau sering disebabkan karena cara berdebat dan bertukar pikiran yang salah.  Bila kita bisa memaksimalkan =otak= banyak orang dengan cara yang baik maka hasil pemikiran bersama akan menjadi Optimal.
  4. 4. Parallel Thinking dan Optimalisasi  Kalau kita semua berpikir pada jurusan yang sama maka hasil pemikiran kita akan menjadi lebih OPTIMAL.  Parallel Thinking membuat kita lebih fokus pada pemikiran yang saling menunjang.
  5. 5. Otak kita akan menjadi maksimal bila hanya berpikir dengan satu “warna” pada satu saat, dengan kesadaran akan warna itu, maka “bola” idea akan lebih mudah “di mainkan”.
  6. 6. Pikiran yang parallel membuat kita menjadi lebih produktip dan dapat berbicara dalam =bahasa= yang sama.
  7. 7. Blue Hat Managing The Thinking Setting The Focus Making Summaries Overviews • Conclusions White Hat Action Plans Black HatInformation & Data Why It May Not Work Neutral & Objective Cautions • DangersChecked & Believed Facts Problems • Faults Missing Information & Logical Reasons Where To Source It Must Be Given FOCUS Yellow Hat Red Hat Why It May Work Feelings & Intuition Values & Benefits Emotions Or Hunches(Both Known & Potential) “At This Point” The Good In It No Reasons or Justification Logical Reasons Keep It Short Must Be Given Green Hat Creative Thinking Possibilities • Alternatives New Ideas • New Concepts Overcome Black Hat Problems & Reinforce Yellow Hat Values
  8. 8. White Hat Thinking  Think of paper with information on it  Concerned with DATA and INFORMATION.  What information do we have?  What information do we need?  What information would we like to have?  How will we get the missing information
  9. 9. Red Hat Thinking  Think of a cozy, warm, red fire.  Concerned with FEELINGS and EMOTIONS.  Put forward feelings, hunches, intuitions, emotions.  There is NO NEED to:  Apologize for the feelings  Explain or justify the feelings  Disguise the feelings as logic  Normally excluded as they are neither fact nor logic. Feelings and intuition are valuable ingredients in discussion.
  10. 10. Yellow Hat Thinking  Think of sunshine and optimism  Represents the LOGICAL POSITIVE  Benefits  Value  There must be a sound reason for what is claimed.  Must be optimistic, yet realistic
  11. 11. Black Hat Thinking  Think of officers in dark uniforms  Represents LOGICAL NEGATIVE  Points out: dangers, weaknesses, faults, difficulties, problems.  Why something may not work or be profitable.
  12. 12. Green Hat Thinking  Think of vegetation, growth, natural energy  Represents CREATIVITY  New ideas and further alternatives  Modifications and variations in existing ideas  Possibilities, even if remote  Does NOT need to have a logical base
  13. 13. Blue Hat Thinking  Think of blue sky or overview.  Concerned with PROCESS CONTROL.  Asks for summaries and conclusions.  Sets the agenda for thinking.  Offers comments on thinking that has taken place.

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