9/12/2008

Two Emory professors, Jill Perry-Smith and Russell Coff, found that thinking tends to converge when people with close relationships among them sit down to brainstorm. They suggest managers should assign different individuals to the idea-generating team than to the group charged with selecting the idea. They also suggest adjusting company routines to promote a group mood appropriate for the task at hand.

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