Re: De Bono's Six Hats-confused
From: Unnat (zeniinet.net.au)
Date: Wed, 18 Nov 1998 18:00:17 -0600
Hi Judy,
There's a very reader friendly book that introduces the 6 Hats method, probabley
available at your local library.  I read this before doing a 2 hour training.
Together it was ample to get a good working understanding of this tool.  The 
rest
is practice.

Warmest regards
Robyn Williams
Pinakarri Community
Fremantle, Western Australia


Judy Baxter wrote:

> Thank you. " HTilstra [at] aol.com"  (sorry, i didn't see a name) for
> your summary of the Six Hats.
>
> It helps, but I'm still confused.
> Do you ask people to take one these different roles, mindsets, etc, ?
> you wrote:'
>
> <I have used the six thinking hats in a matrix to structure discussion on the
> difference between various types of cohousing (eg. family first, high end,
> rural) >
>
> Is this written up somewhere?  I'm curious and having difficulty imagining 
> this
> - i guess some training would help?
>
> Thanks
> Judy
>
> Judy Baxter, Monterey Cohousing Community,(MoCoCo) Twin Cities Area, Mpls.,MN
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