Asking meaningful questions about the purpose of a project, including its risks and rewards, can help leaders think more creatively, writes Dave Coffaro, who offers five steps for mastering inquiry. "These bigger-picture contextual questions can help in developing a deeper understanding and create fodder to frame more specific and tactical questions of relevance to the project," he writes.
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