Simple questions can lead to profound questions. Who does it leave out? Where does the power lie? Asking can cut through our justifications.
From the Blog on Questions
Using the 5 why process in our own lives can help us see patterns in our behaviour, but we can also see it in our thinking.
There are many ways to describe something – sometimes we can simply describe questions that it raises. Here are questions for a digital ethics committee
In the process of going digital there is a long list of questions to ask and discuss with a diverse group of colleagues. Here’s three questions from Linda
What is essential is a relative. And in our world where we rely on service specialists, having one blanket, clear definition of ‘essential’ is impossible.
Perhaps our day of rest can be about asking different questions. Perhaps discuss together the opportunities the lockdown presents for us.
The lockdown increases anxiety and fear – triggers for rage and abuse. And now we have locked people into their homes with their abusers.
If these social distancing measures goes on for 6-12 months, how will you cope, be changed? What opportunities does it present for you?
Can we improve X with technology leads us to technocentrism. Perhaps, instead of asking can, we need to be asking ‘should we improve X with technology Y.