The Rise of the New Groupthink – Collaboration May Be Over Rated

The Sardine Effect

  • It’s one thing to associate with a group in which each member works autonomously on his piece of the puzzle; it’s another to be corralled into endless meetings or conference calls conducted in offices that afford no respite from the noise and gaze of co-workers. Studies show that open-plan offices make workers hostile, insecure, and distracted. There is also more flu, stress, high blood pressure, exhaustion and interruptions, which increases mistakes and the time required to finish a job.
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