Recently, I invented a new word because there is a very real need for such a word. The word is 'ebne' which means 'Excellent But Not Enough'. If you want to change something you need to attack it. This is our usual dialectic thinking. We do not have an easy way of saying that something is excellent but not enough. The rear left wheel of a motor-car is excellent - but not enough for the functioning of a car. A chef who can cook the best omelette is excellent but not enough. Argument does have specific uses but as a way of exploring a subject it is far inferior to the parallel thinking of the Six Hats. This parallel thinking is far more constructive and meetings can take one tenth of the time. Organisations report that they have saved millions of dollars through their use of parallel thinking.