Why Groups Fail at Problem Solving: Here’s How You Can Fix It and Avoid Bad Meetings

What’s happening in your brain when you’re intuitively solving a problem — and why this fails with groups.

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Have you ever tried to solve a problem with a group of people, only to find that it’s a complete disaster?

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Copywriter and marketing strategist. Former Yelp Community Manager. Trying to remember why (and if) I love writing.

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Jess Rohloff

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Copywriter and marketing strategist. Former Yelp Community Manager. Trying to remember why (and if) I love writing.

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