Replying to LO25313 --
Don Dwiggins <email@example.com> wrote:
> > I have this wonderful opportunity to design and ask these organizations
> > about their practices, and I want to make it as productive as possible.
> > From a Learning Organization perspective - if you could ask this group of
> > manufacturers anything you want - what would you ask?
> - - What things have you learned, in the last 5 years, that has improved your
> company the most? (Note: the answer could use a different time period.)
> - - In what ways has it improved the company?
> - - Do you think you'll learn as much in the next 5 years?
I like those. Here are some variants:
What have you read in the last year that really made you think? ...
that you didn't agree with? Why did they inspire such thought? What
did you do as a result?
What have you learned in the last year that has changed the way you
interact with the world? How?
What have you learned about making yourself more effective at achieving
the purpose you've set for yourself?
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