04 June 2008

Q-tools for design and discovery


Q-tools, originally uploaded by dgray_xplane.

You can think of a question as a tool that you can use to increase your knowledge or reduce uncertainty.

In fact, a question may be the most basic tool for gaining knowledge and working with information.

If this is so, then it makes sense to ask which kinds of questions are best suited to different kinds of information challenges. A set of standard questions that can be applied consistently to different situations might form the basis of a standard toolkit for information discovery and design.

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2 comments:

Sandy said...

Absolutely brilliant. I love process, and this is visionary. No one in the business world seems to care enough about BPI, and/or moving beyond the multitude of PM and GTD software and practices. Dave is really on to something here. Totally amazing!

dave said...

Thank you Sandy!