Ask a Stupid Question Day

Wired had an interesting (short) post on Ask a Stupid Question Day. That reminded me of the remarks that Jim Collins makes in his great book "Good to great". He says that good leaders always have a set of questions they want to get answered, not by themselves, but by others. This could also be a "stupid" question, of course. But can a question really be stupid? It would be wonderful to have a company list of all (possibly stupid) questions that employees (yes, managers too) have. Answering them and coming up with new public questions would take to company to a new level, I'm sure.


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