Great Entrepreneurs Ask Great Questions | MIT Sloan on Business Management

Asking the right questions has the power to dissolve the barriers to creative thinking: It can move the emphasis away from finding a single correct answer and on to creating larger positive change and greater organizational value.

Hal Gregersen, executive director of the MIT Leadership Center, discusses the shared trait that top business leaders use to navigate uncertainty in globalization, transformation, and innovation.

The Inquiry-Driven Leadership online short course will teach you how to adopt a question-based mindset and use it to effectively address organizational problems, uncover new business insights, and identify opportunities for innovation.

In the program, you’ll discover the catalytic questions that foster transformative change, shift behaviors and beliefs, and generate individual and business value.

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