Being clear in how to raise a question

Blogpost by: Onetrail
From: Thursday 20 July 2017

Executive summary Stated is that the power to clearly raise a question implies an already implicit insight in the answer to that question. Three examples are given of a clear question that already conveys something of the answer: the question of what the golden ratio is, the question of the right definitions in mapping of definitions (within an e-procurement process) and the question on what innovation is. A clear question does not only...

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