The power of questions for effective meetings is undeniable, I think. Yet we usually approach strategy meetings, in particular, focusing on answers, not the questioning process itself. There's a great post on Fast Company Now about how approaching meetings with a questioning process, rather than an answer-focused one, can make a huge difference. A snip:
There's also a good list of things to try to get a meeting on track through questioning. And do try Q-Storming, which I've found to be incredibly interesting. It may be frustrating for those who are action-driven, but for those of us who roll around in process and come up smiling, it's very cool.