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Edward de Bonos SIX THINKING HATS - en revlotuion i samarbejdet Af Lars Andreas Pedersen, manuskriptforfatter og kreativitetskonsulent, REDHAIR.

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1 Edward de Bonos SIX THINKING HATS - en revlotuion i samarbejdet Af Lars Andreas Pedersen, manuskriptforfatter og kreativitetskonsulent, REDHAIR

2 Grundregler for kreativitet  Ingen kritik!  Kombinér og byg videre for at forbedre hinandens idéer  Kvantitet fremfor kvalitet (Frit efter Alex Osborn, BBD&O 1942)

3 Six Thinking Hats  Tillader 360-graders tænkning  Giver plads til – og udnytter – underprioriterede måder at tænke på  Hattene = færdselsregler til gruppens tænkning  ’Parallel tænkning’ i stedet for debat/diskussion

4 Hvad betyder hattene?  Hvid hat: fakta & viden (hvad ved vi?)  Sort hat: begrænsninger (hvorfor dur idéen ikke?)  Gul hat: optimisme (hvad kan jeg lide ved idéen?)  Rød hat: følelser (hvad føler jeg?)  Grøn hat: kreativitet (hvad kan vi lave anderledes?)  Blå hat: overblik (hvordan kan vi opsummere?)

5 The Hats (I)  White Hat – Facts –Neutral and objective. The White Hat is concerned with objective facts and figures –What do we know? What don’t we know? Where do we obtain more info?  Red Hat - Intuition –Anger, rage, and emotions. The red hat gives the emotional view –What do we feel? What’s our intuition trying to tell us?

6 The Hats (II)  Black Hat – Problems –Gloomy and negative. The Black Hat covers the negative aspects – why the project cannot be done –What won’t work? What’s problematic?  Yellow Hat – Optimism –Sunny and positive. The yellow hat is optimistic and covers hope and positive thinking –What’s great? What makes us look forward to this?

7 The Hats (III)  Green Hat – Creativity –Grass, vegetation and abundant, fertile growth. The green hat indicates creativity and new ideas –What if we do it differently? What if we turn the project upside down?  Blue Hat – Overview –The color of the sky. The blue hat is concerned with control and the organization of the thinking process. And the use of the hats –What type of thinking do we need more of? What should be next on our ’to do’-list?

8 How to: Six Thinking Hats (I)  Putting on a Hat –a very deliberate process  Take it seriously by taking control –Frame the process well  Use visual clues to gear the participants’ thinking

9 How to: Six Thinking Hats (II)  Back off from your everyday knee-jerk thinking  Role play as you go through the Hats  Take an ’ego holiday’ –Suspend yourself from the thinking –Let the hat’s thinking ’speak to you’ –Freewheel

10 The basic rules of Brainstorming  Criticism is ruled out  Freewheeling is welcomed  Hitch-hike for combination and improvement of ideas  Go for quantity (Alex Osborn, advertising executive, BBD&O 1942)

11 Drill: Let’s loosen up!  Free-association on the word ’think’  Build on and on from association to association  Don’t think, just let your associations fly –Let your brain’s neurotransmitters light up!  Example:  THINK– dumb – nerd – special interests – expert –... etc.

12 Drill: Dreamline your project!  Let go and dream. Think of a world with no boundaries, no financial restraints...only possibilities...  In such a world, how will you change and radically improve your daily working condititons with The Six Thinking Hats technique?

13 Drill: Feel!  Use your intuition. Stop making rational and logical sense. Listen to your body.  What do you feel at this esxact moment? What’s your body and your intuition telling you? What are you feeling?

14 Negative Brainstorm  Combination of Brainstorm and reversal-technique  With reversals one does the exact opposite of the obvious idea. Obvious ideas = clichés  Problems with traditional Brainstorm: –Our traditional thinking is critical –We only think of obvious ideas  Advantages of the Negative Brainstorm: –Forces us to use our inclination towards critical thinking

15 How to: Negative Brainstorm  Define your problem  Ex: ”How do I raise interest for the project?”  ”Negativize” your problem. Brainstorm on: –”How do I lower interest for the project?”  Weird ideas will come a-plenty. Now try to ”positivize” these ideas. You’ll be surprised how many are workable!

16 Ex: Negative brainstorm  Lower interest for vacuum cleaner –expensive –heavy & bulky –difficult to change bag –vacuums poorly –vacuums things to threads –etc., etc.  Highten interest for vacuum cleaner –inexpensive –easy to maneuver & use –easy to change bag –vacuums all dirt –Won’t vacuum unwanted objects –etc., etc.

17 Closing thoughts  How will we use Six Thinking Hats in our daily work in Kjaer Group?


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