2.21.2008

Socialization Stops Innovation?
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That's the intriguing idea behind some new research published here. Those in immediate contact with peers and colleagues seemingly are prone to groupthink and the proximity to others leads to negation of innovative ideas in favor of seeking approval (an echo of Frederick Herzberg's concept of hygiene to students of management theory)

On the other hand, those in contact with a more dispersed network of thinkers and who themselves are isolated from a commotive environment are more likely to create breakthrough work...

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