Name and Description
Single Question. Process first developed by Carl Larson in 1969 consists of a series of central questions and subquestions that helps groups narrow the focus of a problem. The original technique had five questions; revisions in 1983 and 2001 by Larson and Frank LaFasto changed the questions slightly, added a question on creating a collaborative climate, and included a greater emphasis on facts.
LaFasto, M. J., & Larson, C. E. (2001). When teams work best. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
To encourage a clear focus on the problem by taking a group through a series of questions that examine the problem and lead to a solution.
• Flip chart, blackboard, whiteboard, or computer screen that ...