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...questions to focus planning groups on concrete collaboration. These from ChrisCorrigan? via a weblog called "Reforming Project Management Theory and Practice":

  1. Who could help me with this?
  2. What do I have to offer others?
  3. What new ways can we meet on a regular basis?
  4. How can we stay in tune with each others' changing project work?
  5. What can you do to be more responsive to each other?

Very useful, combined with a question that asks the group to identify a time and place to meet again.

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