New Thinking for the New Millennium

New Thinking for the New Millennium To millions of people world wide Edward de Bono s name has become synonymous with creativity and new thinking He is the undisputed world leader in what may be the most important field of all in the f

  • Title: New Thinking for the New Millennium
  • Author: Edward de Bono
  • ISBN: 9781893224056
  • Page: 258
  • Format: Hardcover
  • To millions of people world wide, Edward de Bono s name has become synonymous with creativity and new thinking He is the undisputed world leader in what may be the most important field of all in the future constructive and creative thinking Now, in New Thinking for the New Millennium, de Bono asks Who will succeed in the new millennium Those who rely on our traditionaTo millions of people world wide, Edward de Bono s name has become synonymous with creativity and new thinking He is the undisputed world leader in what may be the most important field of all in the future constructive and creative thinking Now, in New Thinking for the New Millennium, de Bono asks Who will succeed in the new millennium Those who rely on our traditional, centuries old way of thinking what is or those who combine it with new thinking skills the what can be approach that is so critical to future achievement

    One thought on “New Thinking for the New Millennium”

    1. В этой конкретной излагает логические ловушки привычного мышления, начинается интересно и многообещающе, но на середине так и не появляется понимания к чему он всё это говорит. Никаких выводов стало скучно. Не дочитала.

    2. The author writes about his thoughts on the design process. Design is very different from problem solving since it is about value creation and possibilities. The author provides different ideas about how to innovate and produce new design. I have two gripes with this book. One is that the format of the book, while innovative, makes the content difficult to follow. The other is that the design notations from the author are copyrighted and thus limited in their use.

    3. As always an interesting read, but somewhat repetitive, especially if you have read and applied DeBono techniques before.

    4. quite informative. I like this book because it is meant for me. I look for bits and pieces of information and this give it. :)

    5. Average read. More of a basic summary of his work and the need for change in thinking and communication today.

    6. The book is at first just a few random ideas the real thinking comes only at the last few pages. But as it was the first book of edward de bono that i read, i liked it.

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