The answer to last week's challenge is. Q: If a red house is made of red bricks, and a blue house is made of blue bricks, what is a green house made of? A: Glass or some other transparent substance. This week's ...
November 9, 2018Frank Connolly
The number of our interventions, projects and programmes that go pear-shaped in one way or another is substantial. Rarely if ever, do we see projects come in on time, on budget or achieve everything promised. This is rarely acknowledged ...
November 8, 2018Frank Connolly
The answer to last week's question is. Q: Which animal does not belong in this group – Bull, Fish, Lion, Giraffe & Crab? A: The Giraffe, the others are all signs of the zodiac. This week's lateral thinking challenge is. Q: ...
November 2, 2018Frank Connolly
Edward de Bono's Six Thinking Hats® Training Day in the Melbourne CBD on Friday December 14 . How much would it be worth to your organisation if you could run meetings and communication 30% faster than you do now ? If ...
October 26, 2018Frank Connolly
The answer to last week's question is. Q: One of the world's capital cities spends far less (both in total and as a proportion of its budget) than other capital cities on a service which is usually considered absolutely essential. What city ...
October 26, 2018Frank Connolly
The answer to last week's question is. Q: Why did a famous statesman and world leader stand up in front of a large crowd and say, very seriously “I am a jam doughnut”? A: Pres J.F.Kennedy said this whilst trying express ...
October 19, 2018Frank Connolly
The answer to last week's challenge is. Q: Why would an organisation spend tens of millions of dollars to find something that costs only a few thousand dollars? A: The sought after object would be the Black Box Flight Recorder in ...
October 5, 2018Frank Connolly
The answer to last week's challenge is. Q: In a famous tourist destination the local authorities have made the price of electricity higher in order to increase tourism. Why? A: Niagara Falls, where the water could be diverted for hydro ...
September 28, 2018Frank Connolly
The answer to last week's challenge is. Q: If you do it once one day it’s OK, but if you do it twice it’s a serious offence! What is it? A: Vote in an election. This week's lateral thinking challenge is....
September 21, 2018Frank Connolly
The answer to last week's challenge is. Q: A boxer left the ring having just won the World Championship, yet he received no money at all for the win and it all went to his trainer. Why? A: The boxer was ...
September 14, 2018Frank Connolly
The answer to last week's thinking challenge was. Q: What is the real reason that 1989 Pennies are worth more than 1982 Pennies? A: Because there are seven more of them. This week's lateral thinking challenge is. Q: A boxer left ...
September 7, 2018Frank Connolly
The answer to last week's challenge is. Q: When asked who a certain photograph was of, the owner replied “Uncles and Brothers I have none, but that man’s Father is my Father’s son”. Who was in the photograph? A: It was ...
August 31, 2018Frank Connolly
The answer to last week's lateral challenge is. Q: In which direction is the bus traveling? A: The bus is traveling to the right because the door is hidden on the other side. If the bus was traveling to the left ...
August 24, 2018Frank Connolly
The answer to last week's challenge is. Q: A dead person’s soul comes to a crossroads: one way leads to heaven, the other to hell. There is no road sign to tell the soul which is which. Guards stand at the beginning ...
August 10, 2018Frank Connolly
The answer to last week's challenge is. Q: There are three light switches in a room. You can do what you want with them and then go into the next room where there are three light bulbs. How can you identify the ...
July 13, 2018Frank Connolly