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"Are we looking at the whole, comprehensive picture, or do we have just one small part of the big picture?" Prompt: "How will we know that we have a comprehensive view?"

When addressing issues, clarification about the bigger picture is essential to taking a comprehensive approach to the context in which the issue is happening. For facilitators, this means that background information for discussing an issue must be inclusive and representative of a variety of perspectives and orientations.

See Making Questions Work, Work Chapter 7, "Questions for Addressing Issues", p 183.

 

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