Six Thinking HatsThe Six Thinking Hats® is a simple but powerful technique, which can be used by individuals or groups, having a dramatic impact on the situation being considered. Simple to learn and implement – and produces immediate results.
Lateral ThinkingLateral Thinking is a powerful process concerned with the generation of new ideas. The specific tools and techniques within the Lateral Thinking framework assist in the generation, harvesting and evaluation of new ideas.
Parallel ThinkingParallel Thinking® is a practical thinking system, which is objective, constructive and productive in nature. As a device it is used to get everyone focused in parallel to enable productive thinking about a subject, to explore and generate workable solutions and determine the design of action.
Six Value MedalsThe Six Value Medals provides a powerful framework for value assessment from a 360 perspective. You will learn to map your values, providing an essential tool for decision-making and better thinking practice in all aspects of your life.
Six Action ShoesThe Six Action Shoes is a practical framework for action that allows you to think about an issue in order to choose or design a course of action. By breaking down action into six distinct modes, the Six Action Shoes framework gives specific guidance about the action that needs to be taken.
Six Frames For Thinking About InformationThe Six Frames provides a very simple method for extracting more value from information and allows us to be more deliberate and disciplined about the way we choose to experience and look at information.
CoRT Thinking ProgrammeThe CoRT Thinking Programme® (CoRT) is a simple and practical framework designed to teach thinking as a skill. Divided into six sections, each section contains ten lessons designed to direct and support thinking and broaden the cognitive map.
The Five Stages of ThinkingThe Five Stages of Thinking provides a formal framework for the practical operation of thinking. Specific de Bono tools are used within each of the five stages of the framework to assist and encourage more effective thinking.
SimplicitySimplicity does not just happen – simplicity requires intention, motivation and specific design skills. The Simplicity framework offers a set of guiding principles and design tools for achieving this important value and instilling it as a powerful habit and attitude of mind.