0411 | How Less Is Often More With Teams

0411 | How Less Is Often More With Teams

Sometimes adding to the number of people on a team can actually subtract from the quality of the teams output. This isn’t a rare occurrence, it’s a well researched phenomenon. In this episode, we review the research on social loafing and share three options for counteracting the negative effect of more people.

[Special thanks to Mark de Rond for tipping me off to this research.]

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David Burkus is an organizational psychologist, keynote speaker, and bestselling author of five books on leadership and teamwork.

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