Bad group dynamics contributed to the financial collapse, but there are easy ways to foster good decision making, writes Bob Sutton, elaborating on a Wall Street Journal column by Jason Zweig. Sutton's advice: Keep committees small. Divide up the team to develop varying points of view. And, if you're the boss, step away to abate authority issues. "Groups bring out the best and worst in people," Sutton notes.
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