The ability of team members to work together across a range of tasks, called collective intelligence (CI), varies significantly between teams. Research suggests that the level of collective attention (the quality and coordination of members’ focus) a team develops influences its level of CI. A new study examined what factors enhance collective attention, focusing on the influence of teams’ hierarchy and its interaction with teams’ gender composition.
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