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Should companies have “Mission Questions” instead of mission statements?

Should companies have “Mission Questions” instead of mission statements?

Is it time to hang a question mark on the end of the corporate mission statement?

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Excerpt: Why Question?

Excerpt: Why Question?

Excerpt: Why Question? The Book of Beautiful Questions focuses on four key areas: How to Decide, Create, Connect, and Lead. This excerpt is from the Introduction to the book, titled “Why Question?” I am a questionologist. You may be asking yourself: Is that really a thing? I asked myself that very question a few years […]

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Beautiful Question Labs

Beautiful Question Labs

Beautiful Question Labs are immersive skill-building workshops designed to introduce and assist guided practice of “breakthrough” questioning.

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Google and “beautiful questions”

Google and “beautiful questions”

“You should sue Google!” That half-joking suggestion was from a friend who’d seen a new TV ad for Google—a 1-minute ode to the power of a question.

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7 Top Game-Changing Questions for Businesses

7 Top Game-Changing Questions for Businesses

The 7 top game-changing questions I’ve gleaned from companies like Nike, Trader Joe’s, Panera, and Dropbox, and various business consultants.

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Want to change your life? Start with this “small” question

Want to change your life? Start with this “small” question

One question could help you make simple, but meaningful, improvements in your work and life. Interviews with authors A. J. Jacobs and Caroline Arnold.

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Tony Wagner on questioning as a survival skill

Tony Wagner on questioning as a survival skill

Today I’m sharing a conversation I had with Harvard education superstar Tony Wagner about the power of inquiry in business and in education.

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Preparing students for a world where questioning is a survival skill

Preparing students for a world where questioning is a survival skill

If we want kids to question more, then we may need to find ways to make the act of questioning both “safe” and “cool.”

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