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22 09, 2010

What to ask your employees

Wed, Sep 22, 2010|Filed in: Bookmarks, Exercises, meeting designs & questions|Topics: , , |Comments Off on What to ask your employees

From David Baker at Recourses: David uses an online survey of employees to learn about the company he'll be working with. These questions (which now ca. 14,000 employees have answered) have always yielded a rich trove of information. · Go to What to ask your employees →

23 03, 2010

Ten tips and twenty questions for unleashing innovation

Tue, Mar 23, 2010|Filed in: Bookmarks, Exercises, meeting designs & questions|Topics: , |Comments Off on Ten tips and twenty questions for unleashing innovation

From Matthew May: Innovation is a huge topic, and you can slice and dice it in, well, tens of thousands of ways. Can such a large topic be boiled down to a few enduring principles and ten strategies in an 800-word column? Let’s try. · Go to Ten Tips and Twenty Questions for Unleashing Innovation →

20 01, 2010

Questions to ask about vendors when evaluating their products

Wed, Jan 20, 2010|Filed in: Bookmarks, Exercises, meeting designs & questions|Topics: , , |Comments Off on Questions to ask about vendors when evaluating their products

From Stephen Few: Good products are usually developed by good companies. It would be difficult for a bad company — one that is poorly run — to develop a good product. When we evaluate products, in addition to looking at the products themselves, we can learn useful facts that might not be obvious by asking a few questions about the companies that produce them. Here are a few questions you might want to ask about a software vendor when evaluating one of its products. · Go to Questions to Ask About Vendors When Evaluating Their Products →

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