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Counter-intuitive idea that large groups of non-experts are smarter than individual or small groups of experts. Tons or real life examples. Never boringPublished 6 days ago by Greg Silas
This is one of the great books that teaches why it's so critical to get broad participation in decisionmaking and to avoid groupthink. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Alan Sohn
This book has changed my thoughts on how to build groups. It attacks group think and stops the tyranny of the majority. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
There are some very interesting points here, however some of the deductions the author makes are not valid. Some of his arguments are just logically fallacious.Published 1 month ago by Roddy Looney
This was the worst waste of time I have ever spent on a book. This guy is as goofy as a bed bug. His subject matter is that of the other ilk authors who 'praise it'... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Robert K. Waitt Esq.
I have seen this book cited many times so I figured I better read it. Great read. Great incite. It will no doubt continue to be cited for years to come.Published 2 months ago by Amazon Customer