Warren Berger

Innovation expert and questionologist Warren Berger has studied hundreds of the world’s foremost innovators, entrepreneurs, and creative thinkers to learn how they ask questions, generate original ideas, and solve problems. He is the author or co-author of eight books, including THE BOOK OF BEAUTIFUL QUESTIONS: The Powerful Questions That Will Help You Decide, Create, Connect, and Lead, the bestseller A MORE BEAUTIFUL QUESTION: The Power of Inquiry to Spark Breakthrough Ideas, and the internationally acclaimed GLIMMER, named one of Businessweek’s Best Innovation and Design Books of the Year. His writing appears regularly in Psychology Today, Fast CompanyHarvard Business Review, and The New York Times. He lives in New York. Follow him on Twitter at @GlimmerGuy and subscribe to his blog posts.

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People in the news using beautiful questions

People in the news using beautiful questions

When you’re a questionologist, you can’t help spotting beautiful questions in your reading. Below are a few I found by chance in the news.

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The Best Networking Advice 

The Best Networking Advice 

My recent article on questioning as a quiet person’s superpower struck a chord with author Susan Cain who called it “The Best Networking Advice I’ve Seen Yet.”

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How asking questions at work can help you

How asking questions at work can help you

You might be hesitant to ask questions of your bosses. But it’s important to do so because it enables you to be better at your job.

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Questolutions: The Power of Questions to Get Things Done

Questolutions: The Power of Questions to Get Things Done

Why do questions motivate us more than resolutions?

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Bringing beautiful questions to South Carolina

Bringing beautiful questions to South Carolina

My immersive first-year reading experience at the University of South Carolina as the chosen book/author.

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It’s Back to School as Usual, But in Many Questioning Classrooms It’s Not School as Usual

It’s Back to School as Usual, But in Many Questioning Classrooms It’s Not School as Usual

The curiosity and engagement unleashed by a questioning environment is undeniably powerful and lasting.

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36 Questions

36 Questions

The 36 questions used in Arthur Aron’s experiment are wonderful examples of open-ended, deep questions. A discussion of the power of good questions to form lasting connections—even between strangers.

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Visualizing questioning

Visualizing questioning

A new art form is flourishing—the art of visualizing talks. See how some skillful visual notetakers have made art out of my beautiful questions presentations.

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