As a project manager, you will sooner or later find yourself in a position where you are responsible for managing a project from the very early phase, where initial requirements are not defined yet. Moreover, the project sponsor might not even know what is needed, just that a solution is required. In such a case, it can often be helpful to list down questions that need to be answered in order to carve out a more detailed project scope. This list of answers should then be used in the engagement of stakeholders who can contribute with decisions and information. As a side benefit, it can be used to highlight progress and complexity in project engagement to project sponsors and senior management.