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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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Recommended books on creativity, innovation, critical thinking, leadership, and more…

Recommended books on creativity, innovation, critical thinking, leadership, and more…

Recommended creativity and innovation books, with a special emphasis on questioning. Designed to inspire and enlighten.

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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 opposite.

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The rise of zennovation

The rise of zennovation

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

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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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A blueprint for reinventing our schools

A blueprint for reinventing our schools

Nikhil Goyal, young author of One Size Does Not Fit All: A Student’s Assessment of School, and education and questioning.

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A beautiful question that spawned a futuristic car

A beautiful question that spawned a futuristic car

Frank Moss at MIT Media Lab.

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The DNA of a master questioner

The DNA of a master questioner

Guess what’s one of the 5 essential skills great innovators share? Author and educator Hal Gregersen talks about how businesses need to integrate questioning into their culture in order to be more innovative.

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How will you measure your life?

How will you measure your life?

Business guru Clayton Christensen gets personal.

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The power of questioning

The power of questioning

Guest post by Daisy Azer: “As I was reading The Power of Habit by Charles Duhigg, I was struck by the number of times the idea of questioning came up. Isn’t it funny how that happens in life? You start thinking about something and it pops up all over the place doesn’t it? But then again, it could just be that questioning is absolutely fundamental to better outcomes….”

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