Meetings, in general, can be a pool of ideas but also a source of conflict or, the opposite, group thinking.
To make sure that not only all the ideas are heard, but also that we have looked in every possible direction while exploring the solution, Edward de Bono (the father of lateral thinking, and the one who teaches us about how to improve our thinking) suggests to use the 6 Thinking Hats framework.
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There are 6 imaginary thinking hats.
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