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Six Thinking Hats

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ISBN-10: 0316178314

ISBN-13: 9780316178310

Edition: 1999 (Revised)

Authors: Edward de Bono

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Book details

List price: $16.00
Copyright year: 1999
Publisher: Little Brown & Company
Publication date: 9/13/1999
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 192
Size: 5.75" wide x 8.50" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.704
Language: English

Preface
Introduction
Six Hats, Six Colors
Using the Hats
The White Hat
The White Hat: facts and figures
White Hat Thinking: whose fact is it?
White Hat Thinking: Japanese-style input
White Hat Thinking: facts, truth, and philosophers
White Hat Thinking: who puts on the hat?
Summary of White Hat Thinking
The Red Hat
The Red Hat: emotions and feelings
Red Hat Thinking: the place of emotions in thinking
Red Hat Thinking: intuition and hunches
Red Hat Thinking: moment to moment
Red Hat Thinking: the use of emotions
Red Hat Thinking: the language of emotions
Summary of Red Hat Thinking
The Black Hat
The Black Hat: cautious and careful
Black Hat Thinking: content and process
Black Hat Thinking: the past and the future
Black Hat Thinking: the problem of overuse
Summary of Black Hat Thinking
The Yellow Hat
The Yellow Hat: speculative-positive
Yellow Hat Thinking: the positive spectrum
Yellow Hat Thinking: reasons and logical support
Yellow Hat Thinking: constructive thinking
Yellow Hat Thinking: speculation
Yellow Hat Thinking: relation to creativity
Summary of Yellow Hat Thinking
The Green Hat
The Green Hat: creative thinking
Green Hat Thinking: lateral thinking
Green Hat Thinking: movement instead of judgement
Green Hat Thinking: the need for provocation
Green Hat Thinking: alternatives
Green Hat Thinking: personality and skill
Green Hat Thinking: what happens to the ideas?
Summary of Green Hat Thinking
The Blue Hat
The Blue Hat: control of thinking
Blue Hat Thinking: focus
Blue Hat Thinking: program design
Blue Hat Thinking: summaries and conclusions
Blue Hat Thinking: control and monitoring
Summary of Blue Hat Thinking
Benefits of the Six Hats Method
Conclusion