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What Makes Teams Smarter? More Women, says Harvard Business Review

June 20, 2011

The June issue of HBR reports on fascinating new research on group intelligence.  Can you guess WHY the presence of more women in a gruoup tends to raise the collective IQ?  Here's the Forbeswoman column I wrote on the topic. 

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