Blue Hat Thinking from Edward de Bono

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Blue Hat Thinking from Edward de Bono's Six Thinking Hats Within Edward de Bono's Six Thinking Hats process, Blue Hat Thinking focuses on managing the thinking process, keeping participants on track, and stating what has been accomplished. Every Six Thinking Hats sequence begins and ends with Blue Hat Thinking. At the beginning of Six Hat Thinking, the Blue Hat is used to define the focus (what we're going to think about). Under the Blue Hat, we also lay out which hats will be used, in what order, and for what amount of time. During the meeting, the Blue Hat takes requests and maintains discipline. At the end of a Six Thinking Hats session or meeting, Blue Hat Thinking is used to note conclusions and determine next steps. Blue Hat Thinking: Defining the Focus In defining the focus, Blue Hat questions include these kinds of things: What is the subject? What are we thinking about? What is our goal? Example
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This note was uploaded on 04/11/2011 for the course WTOB 2011 taught by Professor Hoangduong during the Winter '11 term at American InterContinental University Illinois.

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