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A More Beautiful Question: The Power of Inquiry to Spark Breakthrough Ideas von [Berger, Warren]
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"We know that the art of asking questions is at the heart of discovery in science, philosophy, medicine--so why don't we extend that power to all areas of our lives? The thoughtful, provocative questions Warren Berger raises in this book are indeed the kind of 'beautiful questions' that can help us identify the right problems and generate creative solutions." -Daniel Pink, "New York Times" bestselling author of "Drive" and "To Sell Is Human""" "In the old economy, it was all about having the answers. But in today's dynamic, lean economy, it's more about asking the right questions. A More Beautiful Question is about figuring out how to ask, and answer, the questions that can lead to new opportunities and growth." -Eric Ries, "New York Times" best-selling author of "The Lean Startup"

"In this wise book, Warren Berger shows us how crucial it is to question every aspect of our lives, from business to school to our choice of toothpaste. My question: Why wouldn't you read this book?" -A.J. Jacobs, "New York Times" bestselling author and "Esquire" columnist

"The genesis of many great startups is the simple question, 'Wouldn't it be cool if?' Warren Berger helps you understand the power of questions to change the world. Real men ask questions, they don't spout out answers." -Guy Kawasaki, former chief evangelist at Apple and author of "APE: Author, Publisher, Entrepreneur""Berger presents a simple three-part framework, the 'Why-What If-How' model, to guide effective inquiry." -"The New York Times Book Review""This thought-provoking book offers important insights to executives, and to those aspiring to leadership, for their business and personal use." -"Booklist""A practical testament to the significance of the questioning mind." -"Kirkus Reviews"

We know that the art of asking questions is at the heart of discovery in science, philosophy, medicine--so why don't we extend that power to all areas of our lives? The thoughtful, provocative questions Warren Berger raises in this book are indeed the kind of 'beautiful questions' that can help us identify the right problems and generate creative solutions.--Daniel Pink, New York Times bestselling author of Drive and To Sell Is Human

We know that the art of asking questions is at the heart of discovery in science, philosophy, medicine so why don t we extend that power to all areas of our lives? The thoughtful, provocative questions Warren Berger raises in this book are indeed the kind of beautiful questions that can help us identify the right problems and generate creative solutions. Daniel Pink, New York Times bestselling author of Drive and To Sell Is Human

In the old economy, it was all about having the answers. But in today's dynamic, lean economy, it's more about asking the right questions. A More Beautiful Question is about figuring out how to ask, and answer, the questions that can lead to new opportunities and growth. "Eric Ries, New York Times best-selling author of The Lean Startup"

In this wise book, Warren Berger shows us how crucial it is to question every aspect of our lives, from business to school to our choice of toothpaste. My question: Why wouldn't you read this book? "A.J. Jacobs, New York Times bestselling author and Esquire columnist"

The genesis of many great startups is the simple question, Wouldn't it be cool if?' Warren Berger helps you understand the power of questions to change the world. Real men ask questions, they don't spout out answers. "Guy Kawasaki, former chief evangelist at Apple and author of APE: Author, Publisher, Entrepreneur"

Berger presents a simple three-part framework, the 'Why-What If-How' model, to guide effective inquiry. "The New York Times Book Review"

This thought-provoking book offers important insights to executives, and to those aspiring to leadership, for their business and personal use. "Booklist"

A practical testament to the significance of the questioning mind. "Kirkus Reviews""

Kurzbeschreibung

It may be the most underappreciated tool at our disposal, one we learn to use well in infancy-and then abandon as we grow older. Critical to learning, innovation, success, even to happiness-yet often discouraged in our schools and workplaces-it can unlock new business opportunities and reinvent industries, spark creative insights at many levels, and provide a transformative new outlook on life. It is the ability to question-and to do so deeply, imaginatively, and "beautifully.??

In this fascinating exploration of the surprising power of questioning, innovation expert Warren Berger reveals that powerhouse businesses like Google, Nike, and Netflix, as well as hot Silicon Valley startups like Pandora and Airbnb, are fueled by the ability to ask fundamental, game-changing questions. But Berger also shares human stories of people using questioning to solve everyday problems-from "How can I adapt my career in a time of constant change??? to "How can I step back from the daily rush and figure out what really makes me happy???

By showing how to approach questioning with an open, curious mind and a willingness to work through a series of "Why,?? "What if,?? and "How?? queries, Berger offers an inspiring framework of how we can all arrive at better solutions, fresh possibilities, and greater success in business and life.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Dateigröße: 858 KB
  • Seitenzahl der Print-Ausgabe: 273 Seiten
  • Verlag: Bloomsbury USA; Auflage: 1 (4. März 2014)
  • Verkauf durch: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ASIN: B00GC53AG8
  • Text-to-Speech (Vorlesemodus): Aktiviert
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Es dauert ziemlich lange, bis Warren Berger wirklich zum Punkt kommt. Ich hätte mir mehr praktische Anleitung zum Fragenstellen gewünscht. Hören Sie lieber Ihren Kindern zu, die sind die besten Fragesteller.
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86 von 92 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
5.0 von 5 Sternen This is a multi-speed book 5. März 2014
Von William R. Welter - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
When I picked up Warren's book I tore through the first two chapters in a single sitting. And then I hit Chapter 3: The Why, What If, and How of Innovative Questioning. That chapter took a long time -- I kept finding questions that made me want to rethink my consulting practice. Here's the bottom line: this is a good book, well researched and loaded with examples. I've kept a list of favorite books that goes back 35 years -- I just added Warren's book to my list.
61 von 67 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
5.0 von 5 Sternen Discovering the Power of Questions 4. März 2014
Von Dan Rothstein - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe
I'd like to offer the perspective of someone who was interviewed for this book. Warren Berger did the leg work for this book with great respect for a wide range of people who are all pushing the envelope in their own way, trying to advance our understanding of just how important questions are for innovation, education, creativity and more. He is thought-provoking in his own questioning and thoughtful in his listening. He took in new approaches and considered how they connected to his own ideas about how to use questions effectively, articulated so clearly in this book. He is a skilled writer who allows us to read effortlessly, moving from page to page, whetting our appetite to learn more because he manages to bring so many different perspectives into one insightful narrative. You'll be surprised by how much you learn "just" by thinking about questions. You'll finish the book wiser and better equipped to take on new challenges and generate new ideas.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen A Simple Idea with Profound Implications Nicely Done 13. März 2014
Von Cameron - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verifizierter Kauf
After reading Glimmer, Warren Berger's 2009 book looking at designers and design thinking, I became a fan of sorts and pre-ordered A More Beautiful Question anticipating something good as a follow-up. I wasn't disappointed. Like Glimmer -- and perhaps design thinking -- Berger takes both a deep dive and a broad stroke over his subject matter. This is tough to do well, but Berger pulls it off.

There is something delightful about looking at something that seems so obvious and simple, but is far from simplistic, in detail. Berger goes through the vast swaths of research and evidence on question formation and innovation and blends it seamlessly with anecdotes, observations and questions...lots and lots of questions. To 'live the title' of the book, the text is organized around questions and, at least with the Kindle, the questions are hyperlinked to explanations at the back about their origin and relevance. This feature was wonderful and frustrating -- but largely due to technology. I read using a Nexus tablet, but my preferred reader is the original Kindle. On that latter device, the linking becomes a frustration in that it is sometimes hard to get back to your place. But that's a small point.

Berger's style of writing is engaging, balancing conciseness with informality, and using enough revisiting of ideas in different places in the text to thread ideas throughout the narrative, but not too much to feel repetitive. I loved this just as I loved Glimmer.

What a reader will take from this is that questions are important, that the best (and most consistent) innovators, leaders and scientists are typically great at asking questions and not just providing answers. Indeed, Berger makes the case that the question and answer are inextricably linked showing dozens of examples of how the habits of questioning lead to exciting outcomes. He also offers a challenge to anyone involved in education -- which, he'd argue is nearly everyone in this age of change and ongoing learning -- to examine how questions are encouraged and discouraged to shun curiosity. This has enormous implications and, as we see, gets replicated in our businesses and other organizations.

If this book does anything for you I hope it gets you to ask better questions and enjoy not always having answers. Taken to heart, the message of paying attention to the questions -- living the questions if you will -- is one that may have profound consequences on your life, work, and learning.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Using the right questions to overcome fear of failure & bring more change into your life 25. April 2014
Von newyorkertola - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I think of myself as a curious person and someone who questions the conventional wisdom, so I was naturally curious about a book on questioning. Wasn't sure if it was just going to be a self-help book showing you how to ask better questions, or something more. The answer is, it's a lot more. The book has so many interesting, inspiring stories that show you how somebody used questioning to overcome a problem or create something new. It also explores why we ask a lot of questions as kids, and then suddenly stop (fascinating to see what our schools are doing—and NOT doing—when it comes to stoking kids' curiosity and questioning). There's a good section on business and questioning, where the author makes the case that companies need to encourage more questioning by employees in order to be innovative (I totally agree).

But my favorite part of the book was the section on using questioning in your daily life—i.e., using the right questions to overcome fear of failure, bring more change into your life, and help you figure out what you really want to do with your life. Great, useful stuff. And a good, smooth read on top of all that.
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3.0 von 5 Sternen Journalistic ... 26. Januar 2015
Von Irfan A. Alvi - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe
Let me ask a meta-question: what is a question? Via many pages and countless examples, this book will remind you that a question is a tool to probe the darkness of ignorance by doing things like:

- Revealing our assumptions
- Clarifying what we don't know
- Identifying and clarifying problems, threats, and opportunities
- Learning new things, including connections among things we already know
- Placing what we already know in a different context
- Reminding us of things
- Verifying things
- Coming up with creative ideas (eg, solutions to problems), including ways to implement ideas
- Raising additional questions

This is all well and good, but honestly that's about all I got from this book. The book could have easily been shortened to an article, but the author is a journalist, so he's good at spinning out words and we wind up with a book which doesn't yield much more than an article. I got something out of the book, but it wasn't worth the time invested, and the vast majority of what the author says seems rather obvious, at least to me. Also, the emphasis of the book is business applications.

For a deeper exploration of ways to question and benefits of doing so, I suggest Googling 'the ignorance university'.
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