Andy’s Quick Hits (5): The Science of How to Form Intelligent Teams (spoiler: include women)

In business, and others ares, we want to have groups of people making smart decisions. This group intelligence is labelled Collective Intelligence in the research and more research is coming out showing hard data on how to form groups that can make collectively intelligent decisions and solve complex problems.

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