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How to Avoid Groupthink? Six Thinking Hats
Gary Wong, Consultant, Canada, Member
Edward De Bono's method is an excellent way to avoid Groupthink. In this approach everyone together play different roles: devil's advocate (black hat), idea creator (green hat), new information provider (white hat), discussion leader (blue hat) and so on. Because everybody switches the perspective towards some issue together, having a deviating opinion in the group is not scary, but on the contrary it is welcomed and is what the group is actively looking for and supporting. (...) Read more? Sign up for free

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Reactions by Groups to Dishonest Behavior
🔥Can Groupthink also be Useful?
Group Thinking and Precast Rituals
Best Practices
How to Avoid Groupthink? Six Thinking Hats
🥈What is a Group. Types of Groups


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