The Curiosity Deficit

And the lost art of questioning

Use Catalytic Questioning to Solve Significant Problems

An alternative to the tradition brainstorm starts by focusing on asking the right questions first. Catalytic Questioning is an exercise that when used in the workplace setting can generate new ideas and bold solutions. Read More

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


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