Behavioural Sciences

Why having a good team requires some conflict

Labourers work at a gas exploration site in Guang'an, southwest China's Sichuan province June 13, 2007. China's industrial output rose a surprisingly strong 18.1 percent in May from a year earlier, hardening the case for further policy tightening to prevent the economy from overheating. Picture taken June 13, 2007. REUTERS/Stringer (CHINA) CHINA OUT

Sometimes the most important contributions to a team go on behind the scenes. Image: REUTERS/Stringer

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