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Chief Question Officer Article in Huffington Post

Chief Question Officer Program - Dr. Marilee AdamsExciting news! Check out this Huffington Post article about our Chief Question Officer program. The author, Ilana Greene, writes for business venues like Forbes, Fortune.com and USA Today. She interviewed Kim and me about the Inquiry Institute’s Question Thinking work and this article was the result. Here’s how it begins:

Does Your Company Need a Chief Question Officer?

Sometimes the biggest obstacles to business success are not as obvious as they seem. Marilee Adams, Ph.D, president of the Inquiry Institute, says that looking into root causes of problems should include figuring out whether people are asking enough of the right kinds of questions. If they are asking the wrong questions — or missing vital ones — problems, crises and failures almost inevitably follow… Click here for the full article.

In today’s complex, fast-paced world, what’s needed is better thinking and more questions. The smartest, most innovative and productive organizations, and the most talented leaders and managers are successful not because they have quick answers but because they ask constructive questions of themselves and others. Leaders who assume the role of  “chief question officer” naturally create inquiring workplace cultures – environments that are highly thoughtful and strategic, fostering the most innovations and breakthroughs in products, services, and even operations.

Click here to learn more about how your company can benefit from having a Chief Question Officer. And take a minute and share this article using the buttons below. Thanks!

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