SIX THINKING HATS is a de Bono classic, used by businessmen worldwide to develop techniques of creative thinking in the boardroom. The Six Hats method aims to make the fullest use of everyone's intelligence, experience and information. De Bono has comprehensively updated his bestselling text for this new edition.
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Edition Penguin Books, Second edition, revised and updated, 2000. ISBN: 978-0-14-029666-2. PAPERBACK. 190 pages. Just light tan to paper edges. Other than that, the new and unread book remains in excellent condition throughout. Text all clean, neat and tight. Prompt dispatch from UK.About the Author:
Edward de Bono was once chosen by a group of professors as one of the 250 people who had contributed most to the whole history of humanity. He is famous for developing the concept of "lateral thinking" and has developed techniques for deliberate creative thinking. He has written 60 books translated into 34 languages, which sell in their thousands. His latest book for Penguin is THE DE BONO CODE, to be published in Aug 2000. He regularly lectures around the world but is based in Central London.
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Book Description Penguin, Harmondsworth, UK. Softcover. Book Condition: Neu. Ohne Schutzumschlag. Edward de Bono Six Thinking Hats The International Bestseller Revised and Updated 178 S. Taschenbuch Penguin neu . The international bestselling guide to better thinking used by tens of thousands of people - fully revised and updated. There is nothing more sad and wasteful than a roomful of intelligent and highly paid peaople waiting for a chance to attack something the speaker has said. With the Six Hats method the fullest use is made of everyone's intelligence, experience and information. The Six Hats also removes all "ego" from the discussion process. The need for The Six Hats is based on an understanding of how the brain chemicals change with the mode of thinking. Using this method one major corporation reduced the time taken for multinational project discussions from thirty days to just two days. Argument is inefficient, inefffective and extremely slow. Argument was never designed to be constructive. The parallel thinking of the Six Hats method is rapidly replacing argument around the world. From senior executives at major corporations like Siemens, NTT, Prudential (US) to four-year-olds in school. From Khmer villagers in Cambodia to senior government departments. For 2,400 years we have been content with argument which was never designed to be constructive. Discovering "what is" may not be the same as designing "what can be". Bookseller Inventory # 002426
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