Why do some highly educated, knowledgeable people make foolish decisions? Why a group of elites could not generate a single creative idea after sessions and sessions of brainstorming session?

Learn how to learn

In addition to acquiring knowledge from books, we must learn “how to think”. Our speaker Mr. Hok-on Chan, Curriculum Development Director of Modern Education Research Society Ltd, and author of the book “Crystal Thinking Method”, will teach audience how to do more effective thinking.

As engineers we always overlook the importance of intuitive thinking, and our thoughts were often affected by assumptions, prejudice, and fear. These are ideological obstacles that we need to overcome. The speaker will introduce his self-developed “Crystal Thinking Method” which make use of the five characteristics of crystal to reflect the way of thinking. No matter how complex the problem we face, we can all use this rule and transform ideas into strong momentums. The speaker will demonstrate his method using real life examples so audience can adapt and use this thinking method with ease.

This is a workshop that you cannot afford to miss.


Date: Saturday, 17 November 2007
Time: 14.00-16.00 Registration starts at 13.45
Venue: Room EF311, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hung Hom, Kowloon