What are the Questions in the Action Learning Formula ( L = P + Q)

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What are the Questions in the Action Learning Formula ( L = P + Q)

The Q in the Action Learning formula refers to:
A. Four "major" questions:
1. Where?
2. Who?
3. When?
4. What?
B. Three "minor" questions:
5. Why?
6. How many?
7. How much?

  Chris Riley
Consultant, Australia

3 What Questions to Question Insight

There are three other very powerful 'WHAT' questions that can be used to chip away at any problem being tackled by an action learning set:
What are we really trying to do?
What is stopping us from doing it?
What can we do about it?

  Maurice Ware

Action Learning

Surprised to why as a minor question. I would have thought that the rationale behind the learning ie the "why" was pretty important.

  Mugurela Angheluta
Project Manager, Italy

Why as a Driver

Why? from my point of view is the main purpose, objective that drives around all the things, actions, activities that we develop in a business, but also in daily life:
For example: I will go to sleep because I am tired. (the main objective is to not feel tired anymore... Recover the good spirit, mood, feel powerful and productive, etc.

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