Six Thinking Hats is known to be a straightforward, efficient, and viable parallel thinking process that is aimed at helping individuals be more profitable, fully focused, and stay involved in the more deliberately careful manner where corporate Return on Investment success is considered. Thus, its place in regular business presentation is almost unavoidable. So, the need of proper visuals to accompany your presentation well is equally inescapable. But creating a new set of visuals before every next event is not a very practical idea. And with your tight time-constraint and necessity of being remarkable, a ready-to-use substitute is much felt. This is why we bring to you our pre-designed PowerPoint de Bono Six Thinking Hats Template. This set being fully editable and pre-formatted, there is nothing that you have to do from the scratch.
The set proves a most clutter free way for getting ready to present your ideas in seamlessly comprehensive manner. Best for regular group discussion sessions and individual thinking process, the slides re-creates the concepts put forward by Dr. Edward de Bono in a most exquisite way. The slides on the deck well emphasizes on all the six distinct states through their six known colours- white, red, black, yellow, green, and blue. Each of the slides offers the concept in uniquely creative manner using various different fedora-shapes and through attractive looking positioning of all the 6 points.
The de Bono Six Thinking Hats is a book as well as a concept by Edward de Bono that brings forward a special tool created for group discussion as well as individual thinking that involves six colour hats and thereby it gets its name. These six directions as identified by six different colours and presented in the form of hats are as under:
White - it stands for information and it focuses on purely what information or facts are available before the discussion progresses.
Red - it symbolizes emotions and suggests how by one's emotional feelings or through gut reactions or simply by intuitions one responds without considering any justification.
Black - it stands for discernment and represents the logic that bases behind any conservative or cautious reasoning.
Yellow - it is for the logic that works behind the identifying benefits or optimistic response that seeks harmony.
Blue - it is for the goal or the subject that the individual or the group is to think about or work toward managing thought.
Green - it symbolizes creativity and suggests how one's thought travels through the channels of investigation or because of the statements of provocation.