It has repeatedly been observed that top statesmen cannot agree on peace deals, legislators can’t pass on bills and business leaders likewise failing to make sound decision making for their organizations. This is because contrary to logic, when powerful people get together, they tend to be less productive than when they are on their own supported by their respective subordinates. Business research published on the Harvard Business review involved professionals and it was soon realized that whenever groups of senior ones were put in together they were the least productive of the lot. Video sessions clearly proved that these senior pros spent less time grappling with the situation and trying to find solutions, but instead wasted their efforts on quarrels regarding whose decisions were to be observed. These groups also displayed lowest levels of creativity.



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