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Study Discovers What Makes Groups Smarter

by Adi Gaskell, The Horizons Tracker, July 20, 2017

When work networks are egalitarian, groups can become smarter through their members' communications, but when a few people dominate a group, they can influence it in the wrong direction and decrease collective intelligence, a University of Pennsylvania study suggests. "The question becomes of course, how likely is it that networks will ever be truly egalitarian?" Adi Gaskell writes.

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