The Case for Team Diversity Gets Even Better

Feitler, David
March 2014
Harvard Business Review Digital Articles;3/27/2014, p2
The article discusses research findings by Stanford professor Lee Fleming and his colleagues that show that the higher-valued industrial innovation is more likely to arise when diverse teams are assembled of people with deep subject matter expertise in their areas and by Ben Jones and colleagues which focused on diversity in the production of new knowledge.


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