Learn How to Ask the Right Questions!
Dev Consultant Assaf Stone shares how breaking through assumptions can lead to dramatic improvements. Those leaps sometimes comes from asking the most basic, but important questions.
One thing that sets high-performing individuals and teams apart from lower performing teams is experience. Experience is a shortcut. It saves time. It helps you skip the time and effort required to research a particular problem. Experience lets you cut directly to the solution.
Experience allows you to skip the questions.
Unfortunately, experience can also give you a false sense of security. You feel secure that you know all of the answers to the relevant questions, that you know the complete context of the problem. You assume that nothing has changed since you have last evaluated the problem space.
That assumption can be wrong, and detrimental to your work.