"If you want to teach people a new way of thinking, don't bother trying to teach them. Instead, give them a tool, the use of which will lead to new ways of thinking". R. Buckminster Fuller
"The most effective way to manage Change... CREATE IT!" Peter F. Drucker
HeadWay Thinking Skills for Results
The time and effort made to create successful results is quite a challenge given today's world of ambiguity, uncertainty and increased competitive consequences!
Can individuals and organizations better deal with an environment of accelerating change and complexity with a new way of thinking? The answer is unequivocally - YES!
Seeking to Discover and Create New Possibilities in a changing environment have in common the act of THINKING.
Creative and Innovation Thinking is a competence that managers, teams, executives and leaders may acquire through the acquisition of HeadWay Thinking Skills so they may capitalize on creating workable and successful strategic and organizational RESULTS!
Many people believe the myth that there is not a common framework for finding solutions, making decisions and creating competitive advantage because of the uniqueness of each situation. In fact, the HeadWay Thinking process does create a thinking framework based on three unique approaches to thinking; namely,
DeliberateThinking for Focused Results
DisruptiveThinking for a Competitive Edge
StrategicThinking for "Getting Rid of the Box"
HeadWay Thinking Skills typically has four characteristics framework phases; namely,
1. Input - an attempt is made to understand the situation,
2. Processing - options and alternatives are generated and evaluated before a solution or course of action is selected,
3. Output - implementation of the solution or course of action, and
4. Review - the solution or course of action is evaluated leading to correction if necessary.
HeadWay Thinking is not:
concluding something without critically thinking it through,
attending another unproductive brainstorming session,
taking a guess at what should be done,
using non-factual information to make an analysis,
repeating something just because it has always been done that way,
believing something because lots of people have similar beliefs, and
making a point without facts to back up the statement.
People and organizations get better at HeadWay Thinking by making a commitmenttopracticingtheir newlyacquiredskillswiththeaidofnumerous tools and techniques.
HeadWay Thinking can not be learned in a day or by just attending a workshop because Thinking is more than just an intellectual skill set.
In essence, HeadWay Thinking Skills are enhanced in individual and organizational situations via training, application, reflection and feedback coupled with a comprehensive thinking tool kit!