Books by Dr Ken Hudson
Books to help you create, solve and innovate
I have written 3 internationally published books (Allen & Unwin) that have been published in 9 countries.
The Idea Generator: Tools for Business Growth
(ALLEN & UNWIN, 2007)
A short book of tools to help you and your team to create new ideas. This is a handy, practical book containing 60 ideation tools to help you:
- Generate big, new ideas;
- Create new growth opportunities;
- Improve you performance and your team;
- Sell with more impact and
- Deliver breakthrough leadership results.
The Idea Accelerator: How to Solve Problems Faster Using Speed Thinking
(ALLEN & UNWIN, 2008)
This is a companion book to The Idea Generator and is written in a similar accessible style.
The emphasis is on simple, effective creativity tools that you and a group or team can use quickly to solve problems or generate ideas in more creative ways.
Speed Thinking: How to thrive in a time-poor world:
(ALLEN & UNWIN, 2010)
This book introduces readers to the theory and application of Speed Thinking. It outlines an amazing new approach that anyone can use to generate new ideas and solutions – in minutes!
The Speed Thinking book covers the:
- Insight behind speed thinking
- Magical 9: 2 starting formula
- Speed Thinking 4-step approach and
- How to use Speed Thinking to brainstorm ideas, solve problems and fast-track your success.
- Ideas Blitz is the tool of Speed Thinking
- Soon to be published in China
“I used to like Edward de Bono tips for generating new ideas, however your 6 Switches framework is more accessible, structured and achievable.”
Alexis Haywood, Principal Consultant
Dr Ken writes to help you think differently
Posts to stretch, switch and inspire new ideas & opportunities.
Before every Switch Thinking Course or workshop I try and ask people why they have attended this session. Time is precious so i am always curious why people have chosen to learn more about Switch Thinking. To my surprise one of the most popular reasons is 'it just...
How do you and your team create great ideas, solutions and experiences? It seems such a simple question. Customers, clients and employees want great ideas so you would expect we would become adept and generating these. But in my experience this is not the case. So...
Problem solving is so often seen as a rational, linear process. But here's the problem. It rarely produces a breakthrough idea or solution. To illustrate this point I once worked with a large packaged goods company and enquired about the problem solving process their...