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Questions
about
organization
Questions about work you do
Question # 1
What do you do? What are you working on? Why?
Question # 2
What do you like about...
Questions about technology used during work
Which technologies do you use for passing on
and/or receiving:
 information?
...
Questions about e-mail communication
Question # 1
How large a percentage of your working time
do you spend on reading and ...
Questions about place of work
Question # 1
Where do you work? Why?
Question # 2
Where do you want to work?
What place of w...
Questions about communication with customers
Question # 1
Who do you communicate your knowledge to? Why?
Question # 2
Who ...
Question about communication with suppliers
Question # 1
What do you need from whom to do your work?
Question # 2
From who...
Questions about management levels
Question # 1
How many people is a manager at a company,
you work for, on average manager...
Questions about learning competence
Question # 1
How do you develop your competencies? Why?
Question # 2
Which technologie...
Questions about innovation competence
Question # 1
What new information do you create?
Question # 2
How do you create that...
Some sources
http://www.cisco.com/web/CA/pdf/Cisco_Foresight_2020_Full_Report.pdf
http://hbr.org/product/hbr-guide-to-netw...
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  1. 1. Questions about organization
  2. 2. Questions about work you do Question # 1 What do you do? What are you working on? Why? Question # 2 What do you like about what you do? Question # 3 What do you do well?
  3. 3. Questions about technology used during work Which technologies do you use for passing on and/or receiving:  information?  money?  materials?  products? Why?
  4. 4. Questions about e-mail communication Question # 1 How large a percentage of your working time do you spend on reading and writing internal e-mails? Why? Question # 2 How large a percentage of your working time should you spend reading internal e-mails?
  5. 5. Questions about place of work Question # 1 Where do you work? Why? Question # 2 Where do you want to work? What place of work makes most sense for you? Why?
  6. 6. Questions about communication with customers Question # 1 Who do you communicate your knowledge to? Why? Question # 2 Who should you also communicate your knowledge to? Why? Question # 2 How large a part of the information you communicate to others is  via communication technologies.  via face-to-face? Why?
  7. 7. Question about communication with suppliers Question # 1 What do you need from whom to do your work? Question # 2 From whom do you get what you need to do your work? Whom do you depend on regarding information, decisions, financial resources? Question # 3 How can you get useful information from others? What technologies can you use to get this information?
  8. 8. Questions about management levels Question # 1 How many people is a manager at a company, you work for, on average manager for? Why? Question # 2 How many people should a manager, who works for a company, you work for, on average be manager for? Why?
  9. 9. Questions about learning competence Question # 1 How do you develop your competencies? Why? Question # 2 Which technologies do you use to develop your competencies? Why?
  10. 10. Questions about innovation competence Question # 1 What new information do you create? Question # 2 How do you create that information?
  11. 11. Some sources http://www.cisco.com/web/CA/pdf/Cisco_Foresight_2020_Full_Report.pdf http://hbr.org/product/hbr-guide-to-networking/an/11738-SBC-ENG http://leadershipfreak.wordpress.com/2011/05/26/9-questions-that-create- connections/ https://www.mckinseyquarterly.com/When_reorganization_works_1311 http://www.simulator-orgeffectiveness.com/booz http://web.hbr.org/email/archive/managementtip.php?date=033011
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