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Wednesday, April 22, 2015

The key ingredient to having groupthink-free meetings is leadership

Reid Hastie posted at Quartz.
"not all meetings are pointless—and face-to-face dealings are indeed essential for certain types of decision making.

"Research I conducted with Cass Sunstein showed that leaders play a pivotal role in determining whether meetings lead to solutions or are hijacked by the tendency for 'groupthink.' We’ve highlighted several techniques managers can follow to bring out the best in their groups."

(via University of Chicago Magazine)

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