Hexagonal thinking is a way to get participants to come up with new ideas, think critically, debate and give evidence for their reasoning.
Each hexagon can hold one idea and connect to six other ideas. Depending on how you lay down your hexagons the connections between these ideas will be different each time. With that comes an opportunity for debate as everyone will make different connections between the ideas on the hexagons
in front of them.
The most versatile brainstorming tool for your workshops