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The Reason for all the Hats “The problem solving process”. 1. Problem Finding. 4. Action. 2. Idea Finding. 3. Solution Finding. Roger von Oech – author/consultant (“A Kick in the Seat of the Pants” Harper & Row - 1986. Problem Finding. Idea Finding. Solution Finding. Action the Idea.

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The Reason for all the Hats“The problem solving process”

1.

Problem Finding

4.

Action

2.

Idea Finding

3.

Solution Finding

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Roger von Oech – author/consultant(“A Kick in the Seat of the Pants”Harper & Row - 1986

  • Problem Finding
  • Idea Finding
  • Solution Finding
  • Action the Idea
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Roger von Oech – 4 Roles with respect to our ideas

  • Explorer-Problem Finding
  • Artist-Idea Finding
  • Judge-Solution Finding
  • Warrior-Action the Idea
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von Oech-4 roles

  • The Explorer:
  • Seeking new territories and looking at possible opportunities
  • The Artist:
  • Creating new innovative ideas in response to an opportunity
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von Oech-4 roles

  • The Judge:
  • Evaluate the ideas generated to see if any are worthy of pursuit and implementation
  • The Warrior:
  • Fight for the idea, overcome obstacles and barriers and serve as a “champion” for the idea
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The Explorer (Von Oech)

  • Searches for Information
  • Strategies:
  • Takes the road less travelled
  • Look in outside fields, disciplines and industries.
  • Look at the big picture
  • Pay attention to detail
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The Explorer (Von Oech)

Strategies cont’d:

  • Write down ideas
  • Behaviours
  • - Scavenger hunt
  • Microscope or telescope
  • Market research
  • Try a new skill
  • Wilderness camping
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The Artist (Von Oech)

Turns resources into new ideas

Strategies:

  • Imagine
  • Combine ideas
  • Break down barriers
  • Parody – Silly
  • Incubate
  • Outrageous
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The Artist (Von Oech)

Behaviours:

  • Cooking gourmet dinners
  • Dancing at midnight under full moon
  • Write a poem or make up a joke
  • Design a costume
  • Wonder WHY? Or WHAT IF?
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The Judge (Von Oech)

Evaluate the merits of an idea

Strategies:

  • Objective, unbiased
  • Positive or negative
  • Chances for success
  • Consequences of failure
  • Timing
  • Verdict
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The Judge (Von Oech)

Behaviours:

  • Comparison Shopping
  • Grade and essay
  • Make an investment
  • Vote
  • Referee
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The Warrior (Von Oech)

Carries the idea into action

Strategies:

  • Written plan
  • Get going
  • Follow through
  • Be ready to be knocked down
  • Savour your victories
  • Learn from defeats
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The Warrior (Von Oech)

Behaviours:

  • Make a sales call
  • Competitive sports
  • Start a company
  • Negotiate a contract
  • Support a cause
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Problem Solving & von Oech

1.

Problem Finding

4.

2.

Action

Idea Finding

3.

Solution Finding

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Problem Solving & von Oech

Problem Finding

The Explorer

Action

Idea Finding

The Warrior

The Artist

Solution Finding

The Judge

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