Do you know what each of the Six Thinking Hats stand for? The white hat represents information.Continue Reading →
Are you looking to give your team the tools to become successful at creating innovative solutions and effective decision making?
de Bono Consulting is offering a Leading Innovation seminar in San Diego on February 17-19. The Leading Innovation seminar offers training in Six Thinking Hats and Lateral Thinking techniques, which can help you ...
The de Bono Consulting staff would like to wish you a Happy Holidays!
Our office will be closing at 12:00 CT on Wednesday, December 24th and closed the 25th and 26th.We will be back on Monday, December 29th to fill any orders or answer any questions you have. Until then, we hope you have a great holiday season with your family and friends. We look forward to hearing from you!Continue Reading →
Public service announcement: we have a few seats left at our upcoming Six Thinking Hats and Lateral Thinking workshops in Chicago, July 15-16:
Other upcoming programs include:
These public programs are also a good opportunity to attend trainer certification in Six Thinking Hats or Lateral Thinking. See our trainer certification page for additional details, or give us a call at 1.800.278.1292.Continue Reading →
A creative new iPhone app is generating buzz: LeftoverSwap. The idea? To share leftover food between strangers.
Love it or hate it, it’s definitely a provocative idea. After one gets past the initial red hat (“Ugh, gross!”), there are definitely some strong yellow hat benefits, in terms of reducing food waste, feeding hungry people, helping other people to stretch their dollars, minimizing our carbon footprint, and creating social connections between people.
What other yellow and black hat ...Continue Reading →
We’re soon launching the third beta test of our new innovation assessment – and we need your help!
The feedback from the first two rounds of testing has been overwhelming positive, and we’re eager to see what improvements that R&D department has cooked up.
This is a team-based innovation assessment that focuses on the culture of innovation within a team or organization. We posit that innovation is a function of two variables:
Want to beta test an exciting, new innovation assessment?
Project da Vinci, a new product initiative for 2013, has just gone into beta. This program explores the question of how organizations foster and maintain an innovative culture? We hypothesize that organizational innovation is a function of (1) individual behavioral styles and (2) group dynamics. Project da Vinci explores this question using individual and team self-assessments.
We’re looking for existing, intact teams that consider themselves innovative, are working on an innovative ...Continue Reading →