Cort Thinking Tools

A restraint on hasty and nonchalant thinking

The CoRT Thinking Tools from the Cognitive Research program were developed by Edward de Bono around 1970 to be able to teach thinking skills in schools. But their use has not been limited to schools for quite some time now. CoRT Thinking Tools consciously focus your attention on the different aspects of thinking.

They are instructions for thinking. They support the practical application, not the analysis, of thinking..

The CoRT thinking techniques are simple, but powerful. They can cause shifts in perception and decisions.

The Practice for Bold Thinking uses CoRT Thinking Tools to enable employees to anticipate influences from the surroundings earlier and with more success