Ask "Who stands to benefit from leaving things the way they are?” and “Who stands to lose?”. Variations include “Who stands to benefit from the changes we are considering?” and “Who stands to lose from those changes?"

Use these questions when you want group members to explore interests and power relationships in a change process.

See Making Questions Work, Chapter 6, “Questions for Thinking Critically”, p 145


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