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Running Q&A more efficiently at your team and all-hands meetings

The Q&A portion after a team meeting or all-hands can get awkward since the speaker is waiting for people to raise their hands to ask what might be an irrelevant question. We run Q&A differently at my company by having the questions entered into a doc and then team members can upvote/downvote questions just like reddit. This way:

1) questions are crowdsourced before the meeting and
2) top questions rise to the top

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"Nearly every great advance in science arises from a crisis in the old theory, through an endeavor to find a way out of the difficulties created. We must examine old ideas, old theories, although they belong to the past, for this is the only way to understand the importance of the new ones and the extent of their validity."

- Albert Einstein