The benefits of a diverse team
Caio Braga

When I was teaching and wanted students to work in groups, the goal was to get students who didn’t think in the same ways in each group. Four bright people who think in the same way will tend to make the same mistakes and have similar insights. Four people with diverse perspectives and experiences will usually outperform the first group even if their average individual intelligence is less simply because their diversity makes it easier to see mistakes and to generate more good ideas.

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