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To Find a Better Solution, Ask a Better Question

Stuck on a hard problem? The director of MIT’s Leadership Center says you might just need to reframe it.

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Trace the origin story of any creative breakthrough and it is possible to find the point where someone changed the question. I have seen this as a longtime student of innovation; the stories in that realm…

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Hal Gregersen

Hal Gregersen

Hal Gregersen is executive director of the MIT Leadership Center, a Thinkers50 globally ranked management thinker, and author of “Questions Are the Answer.”

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