I was talking with Tim Mathy at SpeakInc about a panel he was on that “flowed amazingly well.”

The moderator took questions from the audience via an app and the panelists had one minute (total) to answer.  If the audience wanted more discussion about the topic, they held up a green flag and they continued the conversation.  If there were more red flags, then the next question was asked.

Tim said, “None of the ‘stocked’ questions were ever brought in to play!”

It’s a simple and elegant format that keeps the audience engaged!

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