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Edward De Bono, Creativity and Democracy

I recently had the chance to meet Edward De Bono at  a workshop run by Edward at the National Speaker’s Association Conference on the Gold Coast in Australia. Edward ran through his key ideas, including the historical legacy of the Greek philosophers’ ‘gang of three’, the use of Greek philosophical ideas and thinking styles by…

The De Bono Institute – Making Edward De Bono’s Creativity Techniques Shine

Since reading De Bono’s key books some years ago, I have had the pleasure of being involved in learning events over the last year where Susan Mackie, Chief Executive Officer of the De Bono Institute in Australia, has been articulating and teaching the De Bono frameworks of Lateral Thinking, Six Thinking Hats, and DATT. Susan…

Thinking Differently with the DeBono Institute

I recently attended an innovation conference co-sponsored by the VPS-CIN and the Hargraves Institute. One of the presenters was DeBono Instute CEO Susie Mackie, who was speaking on how one aspect of the DeBono thinking tools can be used to enhance our creativity. Susie suggested that when we set out to generate ideas to solve…

Guru Review: Edward De Bono

As his website states, Edward De Bono is regarded by many as a “leading authority in the world in the field of creative thinking and the direct teaching of thinking as a skill.” De Bono has “written 62 books with translations into 37 languages and has been invited to lecture in 54 countries.” De Bono…

Creativity and Humour

A recent comment on the Innovation Zen blog in response to an interview with creativity expert Roger van Oech noted in passing that “there’s a close relationship between the “ha-ha” of humor and the “aha” of creative discovery!” It is interesting to look back through the history of the psychology of creativity literature and look…

Tag Archive: de bono

Edward De Bono, Creativity and Democracy

I recently had the chance to meet Edward De Bono at  a workshop run by Edward at the National Speaker’s Association Conference on the Gold Coast in Australia. Edward ran through his key ideas, including the historical legacy of the Greek philosophers’ ‘gang of three’, the use of Greek philosophical ideas and thinking styles by…

The De Bono Institute – Making Edward De Bono’s Creativity Techniques Shine

Since reading De Bono’s key books some years ago, I have had the pleasure of being involved in learning events over the last year where Susan Mackie, Chief Executive Officer of the De Bono Institute in Australia, has been articulating and teaching the De Bono frameworks of Lateral Thinking, Six Thinking Hats, and DATT. Susan…

Thinking Differently with the DeBono Institute

I recently attended an innovation conference co-sponsored by the VPS-CIN and the Hargraves Institute. One of the presenters was DeBono Instute CEO Susie Mackie, who was speaking on how one aspect of the DeBono thinking tools can be used to enhance our creativity. Susie suggested that when we set out to generate ideas to solve…

Guru Review: Edward De Bono

As his website states, Edward De Bono is regarded by many as a “leading authority in the world in the field of creative thinking and the direct teaching of thinking as a skill.” De Bono has “written 62 books with translations into 37 languages and has been invited to lecture in 54 countries.” De Bono…

Creativity and Humour

A recent comment on the Innovation Zen blog in response to an interview with creativity expert Roger van Oech noted in passing that “there’s a close relationship between the “ha-ha” of humor and the “aha” of creative discovery!” It is interesting to look back through the history of the psychology of creativity literature and look…