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Parallel Thinking

The Power of Parallel Thinking

To Significantly Improve Your Meetings

 

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Parallel Thinking using tools such as de Bono's Six Thinking Hats® is an easy and powerful method that changes the way people think. It promotes the kind of innovative thinking and creative problem-solving that is vital to success in today's changing world.

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COURSE OUTLINE  - The Power of Parallel Thinking

Six Thinking Hats® and other great tools to foster creative collaboration

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Parallel Thinking using tools such as de Bono's Six Thinking Hats® is an easy and powerful method that changes the way people think. It promotes the kind of innovative thinking and creative problem-solving that is vital to success in today's changing world.

If you are inspired to improve your own creative thinking skills you need to check out our upcoming programs on Deliberate Creative Thinking and Parallel Thinking on April 23 in Sydney.  These are my two favourite programs and I will be running these personally, so this is your chance to see the programs that 1000s of others have already attended. 

Each program is a half-day, but we recommend you take the whole day out and...

Created while reading Edward de Bono's "Six Thinking Hats" while preparing for Bill Jarrard's course in 2008

We cannot believe what we’ve just been told. Bill has just said he wants 2010 to be the biggest year ever for people participating in Mindwerx and Buzan Centre: Aust/NZ programs.

So he has directed that anyone who wants to attend any of the half-day Open Programs in 2010, and books and pays before the end of December 2009, is to get a very special (we think crazy) price of only $99 (inc GST...

Parallel Thinking is a term coined by Edward de Bono, and made most famous when applied using his Six Thinking Hats method.  Much of the thinking we do is messy - that is flowing in all directions.  Pros and Cons are exchanged back and forth in debate style, while some try to offer new ideas or bring new information in.  We have all experienced the 15 minute meeting that has lasted 2 hours because of the lack of focus and scattered way the conversations spin.


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