[OSList] Good questions for a OS
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Mon Jun 11 11:36:42 PDT 2018
Hi Craig & all,
I believe there different kinds of good questions, depending on the intention.
So what makes for a good question?
Being clear about one’s own intention behind the question is one aspect!
To open space for exploration, I love „What if…?“ questions.
What I often experience as closing space are „How…?“ questions.
(And of course at the right time of an exploration, „how“ is valid and needed.)
I hope there will be many more different responses to this question of yours!
> Am 11.06.2018 um 15:35 schrieb Craig Gilliam via OSList <oslist at lists.openspacetech.org>:
> I do not post often, but I read the Open Space Posts regularly and find them thought-provoking and helpful. Thanks!
> I practice Open Space in multiple contexts professionally and in my own person life. Am a strong believer in what it creates and invites from and out in others and myself. . .
> When I begin with groups, I regularly hear, "What makes for a good question?" I have my responses, but want to hear what you have to say. I am looking for suggestions, thoughts, ideas, resources (books) etc., that you would recommend to help people/groups identify and write helpful/good theme/intention questions for OS conversation. What are the qualities of a good question, and what are some resources you suggest?
> Invite your thoughts. Thanks to anyone who has some thoughts or suggestions on this.
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