Speed thinking

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Speed thinking is a type of thinking technique proposed by authors such as Ken Hudson, Malcolm Gladwell and Edward De Bono that, according to the authors, could accelerate the pace of thinking and improve how an individual or group thinks, creates, solves and acts.

The structure of Hudson's speed thinking consists of two minute bursts whilst trying to create nine-possibilities in a four-step process (start, evaluate, build, action).