Six Thinking Hats - Effective Decision-Making Meetings
Do your company meetings take too long and often end in a non-resolute "We'll decide next time"? Edward de Bono (coiner of "Lateral Thinking") published his breakthrough Six Hats technique in Protected content . It is a concept of parallel thinking that provides a means for groups to plan thinking processes in a detailed and cohesive way, and thus think together more effectively.
The premise of the method is that the human brain thinks in six distinct directions which can be deliberately challenged and used in a structured way, allowing one to develop tactics for thinking about particular issues. Colored hats are used as metaphors for each direction.
The Six Hats method has been successfully used by organizations large and small in brainstorming sessions and decision-making meetings.
I will present the method and how it can be used to streamline your meetings to come to the best decision.
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