Our third and final episode (for now) about asking better questions is finally out! In it we talk about the assumptions embedded in questions. We all make assumptions, based on our view of the world, our background, and other factors. Becoming aware of our own assumptions can help us ask better questions. Becoming aware of others’ assumptions can help us understand how others see the world. When we can identify assumptions, we can examine them, test them, and arrive at a shared understanding.
14 - Exiting Systems
13 - Help the system see the system with reflective observations.
12 - Accumulating Sorrow and Network Trauma
11 - Observing Systems
10 - Coaching Past Resistance
9 - Coaching Teams That Do Not Want To Be Coached
8 - Entering Systems
6 - Asking Better Questions - How Different Structures Of Questions Function
5 - Asking Better Questions - Intentions
4 - System Constraints and De-constraints
3 - Five Tips That Will Help You Improve Your Agile Retrospectives
2 - How Agile Might Evolve In The Close Future - With Yassal Sundman
1 - Being A Beginner At Anything Increases Your Empathy