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What’s stopping you (creatively)?

What’s stopping you (creatively)?

My ebook STOP • THINK • CREATE: 42 Things You Must Stop Doing Immediately So You Can Start to Think [...]

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Refreshed and ready for launch

Welcome to the new, redesigned version of the website.

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Can questioning help us to keep up in ‘exponential times?’

Can questioning help us to keep up in ‘exponential times?’

Futurist John Seely Brown says "Yes!" [...]

Is questioning the starting point of creativity?

Is questioning the starting point of creativity?

Neuroscientist Susan Greenfied offers a view inside the creative mind. [...]

Welcome to the “Age of Adaptability”

Welcome to the “Age of Adaptability”

People who used to be comfortably ensconced in the role of “expert” didn’t have to question; they had the answers, [...]

If not you, then who?

If not you, then who?

Entrepreneur Mick Ebeling makes a difference by taking ownership of big questions. [...]

The power of “Vuja De”

The power of “Vuja De”

Can a shift in perspective help us to become better questioners? We’ve all heard of déjà vu. This is the [...]

How do you get people to care about water?

How do you get people to care about water?

Matt Damon and Gary White know. [...]

The rise of zennovation

The rise of zennovation

What Zen Taught Silicon Valley (And Steve Jobs) About Innovation [...]

Beginning great questions with “How Might We”

Beginning great questions with “How Might We”

My article in Harvard Business Review explores the power of 3 little words. [...]

Eric Ries: What if everyone in the company could answer their own questions?

Eric Ries: What if everyone in the company could answer their own questions?

Eric Ries and the role of questioning within the Lean Startup methodology. [...]

Peter Drucker: The consultant as “Master Questioner”

Peter Drucker: The consultant as “Master Questioner”

Why was Peter Drucker so in demand? [...]

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? [...]

Panera: A place where the questions are baked-in

Panera: A place where the questions are baked-in

Questions fuel Ron Shaich’s business. [...]

Why do kids’ questions fall off a cliff?

Why do kids’ questions fall off a cliff?

Author Daniel Pink comments on the alarming trend of students’ engagement dropping dramatically over the years. [...]

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