The Harvard Business Review highlights the importance and power of questions in two recent articles. I highly recommend them both.
Better Brainstorming suggests we focus on questions, not answers, for breakthrough insights. Better questions can lead to answers that challenge deeply held assumptions, and make it easier to push past biases and venture into unchartered territory.
The Surprising Power of Questions talks about the importance of questioning as a skill to be honed, and as a tool for unlocking value in companies. It spurs learning and the exchange of ideas, fuels innovation and performance improvement and builds rapport and trust amongst team members. Who doesn’t want that!
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