Socratic Dialogue

Apatow, Robert
May 1999
Executive Excellence;May99, Vol. 16 Issue 5, p10
Describes the Socratic model of dialogue. Use of approach on resolving a clear disagreement on an organizational issue; Participants' search for truth; Competitors' transformation of a dialogue into a debate; Necessity of responding to articulated ideas.


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