Lateral Thinking

Lateral thinking is solving problems through an indirect and creative approach, using reasoning that is not immediately obvious and involving ideas that may not be obtainable by using only traditional step-by-step logic.[1] The term was promulgated in 1967 by Edward de Bono. Creative problem solving is the mental process of creating a solution to a problem. It is a special form of problem solving in which the solution is independently created rather than learned with assistance.

 

Training in this discipline can help leaders improve their leadership and creative thinking skills, but also gives leaders specific tools to help them make better decisions and get better outcomes. In addition, creativity training helps leaders develop a leadership style that supports creativity and the accomplishment of organizational goals. This workshop involves the use of creative and analytical thinking tools to solve both internal and external problems facing an organization. 

Program objectives
  • Understand what a problem is
  • Learn the MECE approach to simplify problems
  • Using creative thinking as a tool for decision making
  • Approaching problems with a out-of-the-box view
  • Using a structured approach to deal with work issues
  • Thinking in a non-linear but structured fashion
  • Learning to use brain storming 
Learning Outcomes
  • Looking at the bigger picture
  • Different approaches to problem solving
  • Become better at risk taking
  • Reach optimal solutions quicker
  • Remove obstacles with simple solutions
  • Understanding problem solving techniques and how to use them
  • Avoiding common pitfalls during creative thinking 
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