White Hat Thinking from Edward de Bono

White Hat Thinking from Edward de Bono - White Hat Thinking...

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White Hat Thinking from Edward de Bono's Six Thinking Hats Within Edward de Bono's Six Thinking Hats process, White Hat Thinking focuses on data, facts, and information known or needed. White Hat Thinking separates fact from speculation. With the White Hat, we look for information that is relevant to the current focus. The value of the information will fall along a spectrum of relevance and of accuracy. Relevance may range from crucial fact to barely relevant. Accuracy may range from hard fact that can be checked easily to information that is likely to be untrue. Information that falls at any point along these two spectrums can be offered in White Hat thinking so long as the person who offers it also indicates where on each spectrum it falls. Here are some of the areas that are pursued under the White Hat: White Hat Thinking: Information That We Have We can often find more information by taking a close look at what is known than we might expect. It’s like detective work: each known fact can be examined for its
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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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