Ways of Thinking
Ways of thinking
Most of us have been taught to think in only one way.
It’s a powerful system that relies on logic, analysis, cause and effect, reductionism and acting rational at all times.
But in a non-linear, fast changing, volatile world we need also to rely on other ways of thinking.
- Creative Thinking
- Speed Thinking (developed by Dr Ken Hudson) and
- Switch Thinking (also developed by Dr Ken Hudson).
These other ways of thinking provide a portfolio of approaches which can be used depending on the situation.
Much like a handyman’s tool kit which contains for example, a hammer, chisel, saw etc. The most effective tool depends on the problem at hand.
Changing the way you and your team thinks provides greater flexibility, creativity and productivity.