It's not always true that great minds need to think alike, writes Steve Denning. Solving difficult problems often requires a diverse and well-rounded team with different tastes and capabilities, he writes, citing the research of Scott Page. "When it comes to solving a difficult problem, like coming up with a better way to make coq au vin, having cooks with different points of view will usually help," Denning writes.
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