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  • Mohammad Ziaur Rahman thinks this is interesting:

If you’re having a conflict with a peer about how to accomplish a goal, for example, often that conflict can enhance the thinking process and bring better results because both of you voice different opinions and avoid “groupthink” – the tendency for group members to think alike. Many people actually enjoy this kind of intellectual conflict and find it invigorating.

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"groupthink" - is this always toxic? Or is it something we should just be mindful of. If a team has "groupthink" then is it missing out on the benefit of "intellectual conflict"?