If you want to get the best answer, you need to ask the best question. That's just one of the takeaways from this Harvard Business Review article by Judith Ross. According to Ross, a common mistake made by managers is not asking the right questions – a simple thing which can have profound consequences within an organization. Ross suggests framing questions in such a way that they clearly define value in clarity, relationships, analytical thinking, breakthrough resolutions, challenge assumptions, and create ownership of problems. An organization is further served well by creating a culture that values employees who ask good questions and provide clear answers.