Traditionally, the achievements of individuals such as Darwin and Einstein have dominated the public’s image of science, yet today some of the most groundbreaking work is collaborative in nature. But how do such creative teams come about? Are there discernible differences between collaborations that are sparklingly creative and those that are less inventive? Thus, the recipe for success seems relatively simple: When forming a “dream team” make an effort to include the most experienced people, whether or not you have worked with them before. The temptation to work mainly with friends will eventually hurt performance.
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