The Curiosity Deficit

And the lost art of questioning

3 Ways to Build a Question-Centric Culture

Great leaders gain the power to transform their business strategies, and in some cases, entire industries,by uncovering “golden questions”that disrupt the status quo. To guarantee future success in today’s innovate-or-die marketplace, however, they must teach others to do the same. They must create a question-centric culture. Read More

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Hal Gregersen is the author of The Innovator's DNA.


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