- Expanding access to knowledge and different perspectives|
- Distributing tasks and responsibility
|- Parallel rather than intersecting perspectives||- Promotes friction and calls for harmonisation.|
- Advancing innovation and broader, deeper discussions|
- Generating new insights
|- Conflict||- Counteracts risks for parallel perspectives, the risk for groupthink and over-harmonisation.|
- Supporting a balance of professional distinctiveness|
- Tying team members together.
- Reduces risks of conflict|
- Creates a ‘psychological space for friction’ where opposing perspectives are encouraged and accepted.