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Slide 3: Allow human being to use his energy in much more effective way The way of improving the use of existing Ability, energy and skills, so on… Why? Slide 4: 4589 2142 4329 9870 1278 3412 4589 4329 1278 2142 9870 3412 It is difficult to add together It is easy Slide 5: 1 + 2 + 3 + … 8 + 9 + 10 = 55 Not so difficult 1 + 2 + 3 + … 98 + 99 + 100 Takes time 1 + 2 + 3 + … 98 + 99 + 100 1 + 2 + 3 + … 98 + 99 + 100 101 101 101 101 101 101 100 101 50 101 = 5050 We can rearrange the things in our brain to think more effectively and simply Slide 6: Intelligence & Thinking Car & Driver Potential Skill Intelligence Thinking Potential Skill Thinking is the Software used for Human Brain. Slide 7: Teacher Student Make Mistakes Correct them No mistakes E.g. of car driving Use better thinking Abstract this thinking process They will use it somewhere else No, they are concentrating on subject not on the abstractive points Slide 8: TOOL Tool’s Process Skill Skill PORTABLE THINKING TOOL Slide 9: TOOL / FRAME GO AND VISIT THE JDV STUDENTS GO AND VISIT THE PHILOSOSPHY, THEOLOGY AND PG STUDENTS OF JDV Many thing at a time One thing at a time Philosophy, Theology and PG are the frameworks for directing the attention Slide 10: Traditional Habit of Thinking Argument Synthesis TRUTH Not Constructive Lack of Constructive Energy Creative Energy Design Slide 11: SIX THINKING HATS World is changing Same method may not work So Parallel thinking Slide 12: What is parallel thinking? At any moment everyone is looking in the same direction. Slide 13: SIX HAT THINKING Technique/Tool Effective Meeting Problem Solving WHAT IS…? WHAT CAN BE…? Make use of the EXPERIENCE & INTELLIGENCE of EVEY ONE in EACH direction. Exploring the SUBJECTS What is Six Hat Thinking Slide 14: Six Thinking Hat Six Thinking Hat Six Thinking Hat is a good software used for Brain. Slide 15: Six Colours… Neutral Objective Emotional Angry Serious Somber Sunny Positive Growth Fertility Cool Sky Above Slide 16: INFORMATION Available Needed Missing Get them (How?) what do we know? what don’t we know? what do we need to know? How we are going to? Slide 17: EMOTIONS Emotions & Feelings Hunches, Intuitions, Impressions Just Put Down Together No Explanation No need of logic & consistency N.B Slide 18: ERRORS, EVIDENCE, CONCLUSION. MOST USEFUL HAT why it won’t work? (Logical negative) HELPS US TO FORSEE ALL THE POSSIBLE OBSTACLES VERY EASY TO OVERUSE WARNING Natural Looking at negative side we won’t become negative e.g. Judge Slide 19: BENEFITS Most Difficult Hat Constructive & Generative Looks for benefits, Values, How we can make something work? Not Natural We have to develop VALUE SENSITIVITY Slide 20: VALUE SENSITIVITY Slide 21: High Sensitivity to Value Sense the Value from Distance VALUE SENSITIVITY Slide 22: NEW IDEAS Creative Hat Looking for New Ideas Alternative Ideas Possibilities Provocation Lateral Thinking Possibilities Slide 23: Possibilities EVIDENCE Hypothesis (Creative Possibility) Science Technology Vision Slide 24: Process of Thinking Why we are here? What we are thinking about? Define the situation or Problem? Give alternative Definitions? Controller Facilitator What we want to achieve? Where we want to end up? Give background of the thinking? Give the plan for the sequence of hats? Beginning Slide 25: Process of Thinking Controller Facilitator Ending What we have achieved? Outcome Conclusion Design Solution Next steps Slide 26: BENEFITS Common Language 1 2 Diversity of thought Brain- More use 3 4 Against Type & Preference 5 Removal of EGO Save Time 6 7 Focused Action Plan 8 Slide 27: Personality Development Removal of Ego Behavioural Change IDEA Poor Thinker Change the Person’s Behaviour, Change the Person. Straight to Behaviour Use your aggressive attitude during Yellow Hat Slide 28: Blue hat in the beginning and at the end, in between it will vary with what is being done Position of the hats Slide 29: Assessment of something No Benefits Lot of Benefits No Other Hats Good Bye Lot of Problem But not leaving How to overcome Slide 30: Neutral Situation Lay out Facts & Information Alternative Possibilities Explore them Slide 31: Some Sensitive Issues Start with No compulsion Use it again I feel like … Then all others will follow him Slide 32: Ways of using the Hats OCCASSIONAL SYSTEMATIC One at a Time During discussion, if needed. One after the Other Pre-set Evolving Slide 33: Use any Hat, as often as needed. Sequence can be preset or evolving Not necessary to use every hat Time under every hat: generally short. Requires discipline from each person. Can be used as individuals and Groups USING HATS Not categories of People Slide 34: After looking at the picture for 2 minutes, the following questions are to be answered by the respective members: Exercise No: 1 Slide 35: Blue hat: In which order should the group go through the hats? White hat: What is the material of this neckles? How much does it cost? Is it a used one or not? If yes, By whom? Red hat: How does looking at the picture make you feel? Would you like to own such a neckles? Green hat: List 3 ways that you could go about acquiring such a neckles, assuming that it is not for sale. Black hat: Of the 3 ways mentioned above, which is the least practical? Why? Which, if any, is immoral? Yellow hat: Of the options mentioned by the green hat, which seems the best one? Manager’s Toolkit for Problem Solving Six Thinking Hats : Manager’s Toolkit for Problem Solving Six Thinking Hats Exercise No: 2 Problem Statement / Scenario : Problem Statement / Scenario IT Manager identifies reduced productivity in his team Few areas impacting productivity of the team More working hours leading to fatigue Tight schedule and missed deadlines Difficulty in dealing with customer complaints All these areas are related to Work Load Pressure Approach to Problem Solving : Approach to Problem Solving Approach:1 Identify solutions to each of the problem Approach:2 Identify problem based on facts Analyze problem from various perspective Generate ideas Come to a consensus by the entire team and select feasible solutions Logically, Approach 2 is a better choice A technique to adapt this approach is to use Six Thinking Hats Using Six Thinking Hats : Using Six Thinking Hats White Hat : Facts and Figures Example of some information / data to be gathered : No of defects, customer complaints Overtime / weekends spent at work Estimation & planning to identify missed deadlines Business and technical knowledge of the team Black Hat : Negatives of current scenario Ineffective planning and estimation Less members in the team than estimated Lack of business knowledge training Using Six Thinking Hats : Using Six Thinking Hats Yellow Hat : Positives of current scenario Team is technically sound Good team work that can be enhanced further Red Hat : Feelings of the team Team Size should be increased Target date should be extended Allowance must be given for overtime Using Six Thinking Hats : Using Six Thinking Hats Green Hat : Solutions by creative thinking ‘Work from home’ concept Business Knowledge Training to be imparted Daily interaction with customer to update project Proper sharing of work load among existing team Conclusion : Conclusion Consensus from the team for the solution Discuss suggestions as listed under Red and Green Hats Analyze feasibility of each of the suggestion Come to a consensus as agreed by all participants Implement suggested solution/s Track the problem scenario after implementation Slide 44: Rational Emotional Optimistic Pessimistic Organizational Creative Slide 45: Thank you For More Presentations like this Contact Diasantony@yahoo.co.in www.diasantony.webs.com You do not have the permission to view this presentation. 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