Entrepreneurial Thinking

Resources for scientific, design and systems thinking

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    Six Thinking Hats

    Six Thinking Hats is a book by Edward de Bono which describes a tool for group discussion and individual thinking involving six colored hats. "Six Thinking Hats" and the associated idea parallel thinking provide a means for groups to plan thinking processes in a detailed and cohesive way, and in doing so to think together more effectively.

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    PDF on Nominal Group Technique

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    Also called: NGT voting, nominal prioritization Variations: sticking dots, weighted voting, multiple picking-out method (MPM) Multivoting narrows a large list of possibilities to a smaller list of the top priorities or to a final selection. Multivoting is preferable to straight voting because it allows an item that is favored by all, but not the top choice of any, to rise to the top.

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    Systems Thinking, Systems Tools and Chaos Theory

    Learn about systems thinking in this topic from the Free Management Library.

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    Design Thinking

    Thomas Edison created the electric lightbulb and then wrapped an entire industry around it. The lightbulb is most often thought of as his signature invention, but Edison understood that the bulb was little more than a parlor trick without a system of electric power generation and transmission to make it truly useful.

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    Brainstorming: Generating Many Radical, Creative Ideas

    Brainstorming helps you develop creative solutions to a problem, and is particularly useful when you need to break out of stale thinking patterns. Includes a video.

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    Scientific Thinking

    Academic report on scientific thinking

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    The Virtue of Scientific Thinking

    Fronstispiece fromNew Almagest (1651), by the Italian astronomer and Jesuit priest Giovanni Battista Riccioli. Source: History of Science Collections, the University of Oklahoma Libraries Can science make you good? Of course it can't, some will be quick to say-no more than repairing cars or editing literary journals can.

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    Microsoft's Duncan Watts on Decisions, Data, and the Scientific Method | MIT Technology Review

    Throughout history, innovations in instrumentation-the microscope, the telescope, and the cyclotron-have repeatedly revolutionized science by improving scientists' ability to measure the natural world. Now, with human behavior increasingly reliant on digital platforms like the Web and mobile apps, technology is effectively "instrumenting" the social world as well.

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    40 Icebreakers for small groups

    includes Fact or Fiction activity.

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    Design Thinking for Educators Toolkit

    The Design Thinking for Educators Toolkit contains the process and methods of design adapted for the context of K-12 education. It offers new ways for educators to be intentional and collaborative as they design solutions for their schools, empowering educators to create impactful solutions for complex challenges.

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