'Beautiful Questions' on the Road to Innovation
“Why does it rain?” “What’s that over there?” Kids ask an estimated 40,000 questions from age 2 to 5, but parents and teachers eventually tire and start to discourage such constant inquiry. Warren Berger, contributor to Wired and The New York Times, examines the detrimental effects this has on future innovation in his book A More Beautiful Question: The Power of Inquiry to Spark Breakthrough Ideas. Hear him speak about encouraging questioning minds, and presumably ask him your own questions at the end.
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