Six Thinking Hats Example: SoLoMoFoo
Mis à jour: 12/20/2016
Six Thinking Hats Example: SoLoMoFoo
Vous pouvez trouver ce storyboard dans les articles et ressources suivants:
De Bono's Six Thinking Hats

Utilisation du Storyboard et des six Chapeaux de Réflexion de de Bono

Par Marissa Martinez

The Six Thinking Hats, un concept articulé par Edward de Bono, est un outil puissant pour le brainstorming et l'innovation. En décomposant les pensées dans six zones «parallèles» ou «latérales», elle permet un éventail de pensées, de l'intuition à l'analyse des données, pour discuter séparément. En utilisant ces six types de pensée de manière structurée, les groupes peuvent aborder plus efficacement la résolution de problèmes.


Découvrez quelques-uns de nos autres articles commerciaux!



Storyboard Description

6 thinking hats example of how Edward de Bono's Six Thinking Hats could be applied to a new product: SoLoMoFoo.

Texte du Storyboard

  • White Hat
  • Not everyone knows when and where free food is available in the office.
  • Blue Hat
  • Let's see if we can think of a way to connect the food with the people!
  • We can spend half an hour on brainstorming, and then an hour on discussion. If we have a really good idea, we'll take a half hour to discuss it and then table the matter for a week.
  • Green Hat
  • What about an app that sends users notifications whenever there is food to share?
  • What do we know? What does this tell us?
  • There is an opportunity to exchange information between people who are bringing in food and those who want to eat it.
  • How do we approach this problem? What are the ground rules?
  • What are some alternatives? How can we innovate?
  • It could also let users report when they bring in free food or have leftovers from meetings.
  • Yellow Hat
  • No more wasted food!
  • No more hangry coworkers!
  • SoLoMoFoo
  • Red Hat
  • Users will be happy, and not as hungry!
  • Black Hat
  • Hard to monetize.
  • Is there already a system in place for this?
  • What works? What are the benefits?
  • It won't be hard to make!
  • How does this make us feel? How will customers feel?
  • It feels good to help make people happy!
  • What doesn't work? What could go wrong?
  • It could be not many people use it.