|Pages/Publication Date:||336 / 2018|
What if you could unlock a better answer to your most vexing problem—in your workplace, community, or home life—just by changing the question? Great questions dissolve barriers to creative thinking and channel the pursuit of solutions into new pathways, and often, the moment they are voiced, they have the paradoxical effect of being surprising yet instantly obvious. For Hal Gregersen, the power of questions has always been clear, but it took some years for the follow-on question to hit him: If so much depends on fresh questions, shouldn't we know more about how to arrive at them? That sent him on a research quest ultimately including more than 200 interviews with creative thinkers, and here Gregersen delivers the insights he gained, and explains how anyone can make effective use of this knowledge.