Yellow Hat Thinking from Edward de Bono

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Yellow Hat Thinking from Edward de Bono's Six Thinking Hats Within Edward de Bono's Six Thinking Hats process, Yellow Hat Thinking focuses on values, benefits, or why something may work. With the Yellow Hat, we look for reasons for optimism and feasibility. We also separate the specific idea from the underlying concept. Yellow Hat Thinking: Values and Benefits Values are more abstract than benefits. We may sense a value in an idea and then need to look around to see how the value can be enjoyed. Benefits are more specific. Who will reap the benefits? How are the benefits going to be enjoyed? Examples “Could we implement this idea in such a way that it improves customer satisfaction?” “Awarding a bonus for employees at their five-year anniversary may reduce our turn- over.” Yellow Hat Thinking: Reasons for Optimism In Yellow Hat Thinking, there must be reasons to support the benefits that are claimed. In Green Hat Thinking , we note possibilities even if they are vague and unlikely. With the
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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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