Strategic decision makers asking the Right Questions

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Asking the right questions is an important skill for strategic decision makers. Here are some questions that might be useful: How can we do that (don’t ask “Why can’t we do that?”)? How else can we do that? What else could we do? Will you help me? What else could we do? Who, what, why, where, when, and how much? Who will do what and by when? Would these types of questions be useful in doing an internal analysis? Why or why not? 100 word or more.  Please provided references.  Thank you in advance.  

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