Send the link below via email or IMCopy
Present to your audienceStart remote presentation
- Invited audience members will follow you as you navigate and present
- People invited to a presentation do not need a Prezi account
- This link expires 10 minutes after you close the presentation
- A maximum of 30 users can follow your presentation
- Learn more about this feature in our knowledge base article
six thinking hats
Transcript of six thinking hats
EDWARD DE BONO"
Presented by :
AKSHI DHINGRA LATERAL THINKING EDWARD DE BONO born in Malta on the 19th May 1933
gained a medical degree from the University of Malta
written 82 books & has developed thinking techniques
IBM and DuPont uses his techniques Way of solving problems by rejecting traditional methods and employing unorthodox and apparently illogical means
Solving not by using traditional or expected methods. VERTICAL THINKING Vs. LATERAL THINKING VERTICAL THINKING LATERAL THINKING Being rigid
Looking for right approach
Proceeds if there is a direction
Methodical Thinking from different angles
Looking for multiple approaches
Proceeds to generate direction
Multi-directional RIDDLES Which is correct to say,
"The yolk of the egg are white?"
"The yolk of the egg is white?“ What is it that you can
hold in your right hand
not in your left hand..?? A technique for developing
Introduced by Edward De Bono
Each Hat defines a certain
type of thinking Facts
Gut Feeling Critic
Logical Negative Sunshine
Logical Positive Creative
Decision Making Encourages parallel thinking
Improve decision making
Gets real group participation
Streamlines thinking process.
Create awareness that there are multiple perspectives on the issue at hand One can put on or take off one of these hats to indicate the type of thinking one is using.
This putting on and taking off is essential, because it allows you to switch from one type of thinking to another. Used in situations where pure logic may not be useful
Allows one to think outside of the box THANK YOU ALL :) 1. Divide the Problem into Small
2. Move Attention from One
Part of the Problem to Another.