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For this “brief master class in asking better questions,” Harvard Business Review editor Sarah Green Carmichael gathers a panel of innovation and leadership experts. Hal Gregersen, Thomas Wedell-Wedelsborg and Roger L. Martin each add a guiding principle to the theme. getAbstract recommends this lucid discussion as a business library staple.

In this summary, you will learn

  • How to use three principles to ask better questions, and
  • How to build and strengthen the relevant skills.
 

About the Speakers

The Innovator’s DNA author Hal Gregersen directs the MIT Leadership Center. Thomas Wedell-Wedelsborg co-wrote Innovation as Usual. Roger L. Martin wrote Playing to Win and other business books.

 

Summary

Management theorist Peter Drucker once said, “The most serious mistakes are not being made as a result of wrong answers. The truly dangerous thing is asking the wrong questions.” How can you learn to ask the right questions? Heed three principles:

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