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Benefits Of The
Six Thinking Hat
Framework

Parallel Adversarial
Improve Exploration

Save Time

Improve Creativity &


Innovation
Foster Collaborative
Thinking [
The Basics

j There are six different


imaginary hats that you can
put on or take off.
j Think of the ëhats as
thinking icons.
j Each hat is a different color
and represents a different
type or mode of thinking.
j We all wear the same hat (do
the same type of thinking) at
the same time.
j When we change hats - we
change our thinking.
Blue Hat
Managing The
Thinking
Setting The Focus
Making Summaries
Overviews _ Conclusions
Action Plans
White Hat Black Hat
Information & Why It May Not
Data Work
Neutral & Cautions _ Dangers
Objective Problems _ Faults
Checked & Logical Reasons
Believed Facts Must Be Given
Missing
Information &
Where To Source It

FOCUS

Yellow Hat Red Hat


Why It May Feelings &
Work Intuition
Values & Benefits Emotions Or Hunches
(Both Known & ´At This Pointµ
Potential) No Reasons or
The Good In It Justification
Logical Reasons Keep It Short
Must Be Given Green Hat
Creative
Thinking
Possibilities _
Alternatives
New Ideas _ New
Concepts
Overcome Black Hat
Problems &
Reinforce Yellow Hat
Values
Blue Hat
Managing The
Thinking
Setting The Focus
Making Summaries
Overviews _ Conclusions
Action Plans
White Hat Black Hat
Information & Why It May Not
Data Work
Neutral & Cautions _ Dangers
Objective Problems _ Faults
Checked & Logical Reasons
Believed Facts Must Be Given
Missing
Information &
Where To Source It

FOCUS

Yellow Hat Red Hat


Why It May Feelings &
Work Intuition
Values & Benefits Emotions Or Hunches
(Both Known & ´At This Pointµ
Potential) No Reasons or
The Good In It Justification
Logical Reasons Keep It Short
Must Be Given Green Hat
Creative
Thinking
Possibilities _
Alternatives
New Ideas _ New
Concepts
Overcome Black Hat
Problems &
Reinforce Yellow Hat
Values
Facilitators
Role
j Define the focus of your
thinking
j Plan the sequence and
timing of the thinking
j Ask for changes in the
thinking if needed
j Handle requests from the
group for changes in the
thinking
j Form periodic or final
summaries of the thinking
for consideration by the
team

K
Participants
Role
j Follow the lead of trained
Six Thinking Hats facilitator
j Stick to the hat (type of
thinking) that is in current
use
j Try to work within the time
limits
j Contribute honestly & fully
under each of the hats
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