Guest Post by Hal Gregersen – previously posted at “WIRED”
According to a paper in the journal Communication Education, an average child aged between six and 18 asks only one question per one-hour class per month – a number that starkly contrasts with the innate curiosity exhibited by an average four-year-old. Contrast that with the average teacher, who, according to the British Education Research Journal, peppers kids with 291 questions a day and waits an...
Guest Post by Hal Gregersen – posted previously at HBR
We know that questioning can trigger innovative thinking. But the key—and challenge—to truly changing the status quo is:
“Identifying the right question.”
In a collaboration to determine just how disruptive leaders find these compelling questions, Professor Clayton Christensen and I conducted nearly 40...
Excerpted with the permission of the author from Chapter Four
Note from Bob: My friend Warren Berger has just released his newest book, A More Beautiful Question. This is a