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Why groupthink might be a good thing after all

6 mins | Jul 7, 2022
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Finding ways to bypass corporate paralysis. The phenomenon of groupthink, where organisations make poor choices due to prioritising harmony over common sense, has been observed in many high-profile political decisions. However, despite the potential adverse outcomes, Stephen Bush argues that the occasional blunder is better than an organisation paralysed by indecision.
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