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Thinkers’ Prescriptions

for Improving Your Thinking about Thinking,

Creativity, Innovation and Design

A CURIOUS and CREATIVE person gets the same pleasure from exploring risks and searching for opportunities. With tricks, tips, tales and links to wiki’s, lectures, free books, instructional films, poems, website and puzzles, THINKIBILITY will open your mind to explore logical-negative and logical-positive thinking.

Interspersed with musical fragments and Mind Maps to increase the fun of reading, recall and concentration. Through fun and thoughtful examples and exercises, you will explore ideas from sociology, psychology, social psychology, mathematics and business studies.

“Imagine that you start to discover things you did not know existed in the deep dark sea. You have just checked your equipment. You are confident because you have trained the skills needed to survive in these harsh surroundings. Still you are curious and a bit nervous as always when you THINK DIVE. Happy Exploration!”

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This eBook explores the use of the Six Hats framework as an aid to creativity and will be of interest to anyone involved in creative thinking, problem-solving, innovation and design. The Six Hats thinking framework was designed by Edward de Bono in 1985, and this eBook provides a wide range of resources that can be used to increase understanding of the thinking framework. Drawing on the latest research and available online resources, knowledge related to thinking within the Six Hats Framework is drawn together and explored in detail. What does it mean to use the Six Hats framework? What is the value of using the Six Hats method? How can the framework be used to promote thinking relevant to a particular profession or specific goal?

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