We all ask a lot of questions, but do we ask the right questions? In the right way? To the right person? At the right time? Who would have thought asking questions would be such an involved process, but it is. Particularly in government, where we deal with bosses, managers, supervisors, and colleagues in different environments, scenarios, and situations. It becomes even more tricky when you add the political environment to the equation.
I read this article on HBR (Harvard Business Review) "The Art of Asking Questions" by Ron Ashkenas and thought I would post this question: How well do you ask questions as a next generation of government employee?