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  1. says:

    Starting off wearing my white hat this book has only 173 pages and did not take me long to read at all Switching to the red hat I can't say I'm very excited about the collaborative thinking methodology describedIf I were forced into a yellow hat I'd say there may be some opportunity to use the hats as symbols in regular communication to indi

  2. says:

    So annoying If anyone in an actual business meeting told me to pause and put my green thinking hat on I would literally immediately

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    MindsetsThis is a strange book to review and the reason I say that is because in theory it sounds like a great process and methodology but in reality it is difficult to manage and can be a disaster The core reason to employ the “Six Thinking Hats” is to comprehensively explore a problem or develop a solution by considering six defined pe

  4. says:

    This is a very easy read and provides a good simple approach for exploring ideas and problems through thinking from different perspectives in a structured manner There are six hats each of which have different ch

  5. says:

    The best value for this book is to apply it to your own thinking Swap hats and look at a problem or an opportunity from multiple angles to improve your own decision making

  6. says:

    Well de Bono does rather like himself continually reminding us of his creations including the term lateral thinking but don't let that stop you from reading and understanding the six thinking hats directly from himI've seen the concept used in ways it was not designed to be calling someone a yellow hat thinker for example The idea is that we ALL use all the hats and the concept is easy to understand although does take practice to administe

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    The Six Thinking Hats is a techniue that can be utilized in both business meetings and day to day decision making It is claimed to o

  8. says:

    A good concept which could be captured in 4 5 pages but converted into full blown book

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    I slogged my way through this book with much effort despite its abbreviated length The core concept is an interesting one and it involves a p

  10. says:

    Six Thinking Hats is a good read if One is interested in improving ones thinking skills both at work and outside De Bono has tried to guide in acommon sense approach ad to how to fine tune and cultivate thinking skills by donning the six Colored hats just as an actor will play different roles at different situations These hats are

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Dós viene publicando desde la década de los años 90 Con nuevos diseños actualizados y edicione This is a very easy read and provides a good simple approach for exploring ideas and problems through thinking from different perspectives in a structured manner There are six hats each of which have different characteristics White Hat facts figures information Red Hat emotions and feelings hunch and intuition Black Hat devil s advocate negative judgement Yellow Hat optimism positivity Green Hat creativity Blue Hat controlling of the hats and thinking orchestration The idea of the hat is that a person will put on or be asked to put on a hat and to express a view from that perspective This gets people thinking in different ways and since it is play acting people are willing to express views from under the security of the hat that otherwise may be left unsaid

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La Nueva Biblioteca Edward de Bono recoge los títulos del prestigioso psicólogo ue Ediciones Pai MindsetsThis is a strange book to review and the reason I say that is because in theory it sounds like a great process and methodology but in reality it is difficult to manage and can be a disaster The core reason to employ the Six Thinking Hats is to comprehensively explore a problem or develop a solution by considering six defined perspectives and giving each appropriate and focused attention to generating decisionsactionsoutputs The theory and application are such that we put on different coloured hats where each colour relates to a specific characteristic of thinking This will enable us to approach any problem comprehensively from multiple perspectives The six thinking hats are White Hat Neutral and Objective facts and figuresRed Hat Emotional often angerBlack Hat Sombre and Serious Point out weakness negativeYellow Hat Sunny and Positive Optimistic and hopefulGreen Hat CreativityBlue Hat Control and organisation of all the hatsIn meetings it is often used to agree on a way forward while bringing everyone along on a shared vision The problem is that the Six Thinking Hats in my experience has created polarisation endless debate and been unable to perform as a shared methodology I have been in meetings where a trained Six Thinking Hats consultant has been destroyed and the meeting has ended a shambles Not only because of the actual framework but because of those that buy into it and those that cannot It seemed that not only was the problem brought under scrutiny but also the methodologyEven if we argue that it reuires focus strong management and open mindedness the fact that it takes so much effort to get right is in itself cause for major concern I would be inclined to suggest learning this as a leadermanager knowing that they must consider multiple points of view and encourage different perspectives from their team I agree with and find value in the methodology but its application is not suited to all scenarios The notion of role playing with different hats may work in some environments but none that I ve been in

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S cuidadas la Nueva Biblioteca Edward de Bono incorpora los best sellers y las novedades editorial The Six Thinking Hats is a techniue that can be utilized in both business meetings and day to day decision making It is claimed to organize meetings to best reach an agreeable decision The ideas can be summarized as followsFirst contributors should adhere to the rules of the game which is usually organized by the lead or chairperson This approach of planning out how the meeting should be conducted is done under the blue hat thinking This is where the person in charge metaphorically a choreographer or a conductor draws the map into how the discussion should be Afterwards heshe will ask the contributors to put on either of the remaining hats and act accordinglyThe second hat is the white hat This hat allows the discussers to only talk about facts and numbers Speaking of emotions is not allowed here unless it is the emotions of potential customers noted out from a survey then it would be treated as factsThe third hat is the red one which as the color implies is the part of the discussion where people are allowed to express their emotionsThe fourth hat is the black hat where the team is expected to look into things with criticism In other words being pessimistic about how different aspects could lead to various inflicting conseuencesThe fifth hat is the yellow hat which I find it to be the complete opposite of the black hat It is likely to look at the bright and shiny side of the course of action Typically it is an optimistic view of how things could turn into our favor It is uite simple to remember these two hats as the colors of the bees Bees exterior holds both yellow and black colours to give an insight of how we should decide with both mindsetsLast but not least is the sixth hat the green one which is the color of freshness and newness This includes but is not limited to creativity and innovation yet the ideas herein does not have to be entirely new rather it could be an idea looked at from a different perspectiveTo sum up the idea behind this methodology is to differentiate the way we think about different matters from all of these viewpoints People most likely argue about a certain proposal from one point of view depending on their personal inclinations Therefore by applying this techniue arguers will be able to address all sides of the discussion fairly in order to be able to reach a mutual agreementDespite the fact that this method is logical and sound the implementation of this techniue may not prove to be feasible During arguments people are less likely capable of shifting their mindset from the argument in hand to the way they should be arguing This by itself will seize the natural progress and will waste valuable time Therefore it has been found to be impractical in various encounters in spite of the fact that this book has sold millions of copies and numerous renowned businessmen such as Richard Branson has mentioned it to be inspiringIn conclusion this book is not a conventional human empowering book rather it is a management scheme defined in uite a long essay of 177 pages I would suggest you dear reader to read a summary of this book reviews here are than enough and not take much of your time reading it although it is a uick readhttpswwwinstagramcompCDiyjBsAdES