Don't seek answers when you should be asking questions

03/7/2013 | ThoughtLeaders blog

Give Albert Einstein 60 minutes to solve a life-or-death problem and he'd use all but five minutes mulling over the best question, Liz Alexander writes. Innovators should take a similar approach, she argues, focusing on identifying meaningful questions rather than obsessing over solutions.

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