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Curiosity in action
how to frame better questions

Re-thinking is hard. Organizational survival often depends on the ability to stay flexible and focus on learning all the time, but humans are more comfortable with old truths. Join this panel to explore the power of re-learning through better questions.


Discussion triggers

  1. What do you now know, that you did not know you needed to know?
  2. Which frequent closed questions do you think should be open ones?
  3. How have others’ questions influenced your thinking?
  4. What frameworks do you find useful when navigating the curiosity >> decision path?
  5. Adam Grant is one of the keynote speakers at SASGF. What question would you like to see posed to him?

Further reading

Is framing the right questions the more relevant expertise?

6 questions about
the future of AI   

Ignorance, innovation and influence: how learning cultures shorten the distance

Turning questions into progress: Ayana's story

The data scientist: Asking the right questions