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Groups Are Smarter Than Individuals. But Groups Are Stupider Too. So How Do You Get Smart Groups?

“Over the past decade, study after study has attempted to decipher and bottle the qualities of the ‘smart group’. Just as psychologists have tried to uncover the ‘g’ factor responsible for an individual’s general intelligence, they’re digging into the ‘c’ factor – the secret sauce of collective intelligence. And most importantly, we want to know […]
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