NCWIT 2012 Summit – Workshop Slides, The Influence of Women on the Collective Intelligence of Human Groups

Published on 12/13/2012

Learn more about collective intelligence and groundbreaking findings from two recent studies on collective intelligence. These studies found that while collective intelligence was not associated with individual intelligence of group members, it was associated with three other factors: 1) the proportion of women in the group; 2) the distribution of turn-taking; and 3) the average social sensitivity of group members. We’ll discuss these findings and what they mean for your organization.

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