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Leonhardt concluded that dismissing the lab escape possibility “appears to be a classic example of groupthink, exacerbated by partisan polarization.”When a Good Scientist Is the Wrong Source - Issue 102: Hidden Truths|Thomas Levenson|June 23, 2021|Nautilus
If we consciously aim to elevate Unum over the divisive forces that encourage groupthink and group-blame it will lead us to durable reforms rooted in broadly shared American values in the intertwined areas of politics, economics, and culture.Eight in Ten Americans are Concerned About Partisanship. Here's How 'The Unum Test' Can Reunite America|Jonathan Haidt|April 13, 2021|Time
He started by cementing cornerstones of the rebuild, such as Coach Jim Schwartz and quarterback Matthew Stafford, and filled the front office with staffers who would challenge groupthink and provide the innovation he prized.New GM Martin Mayhew again returns to Washington with unfinished business|Sam Fortier|March 11, 2021|Washington Post
It is an odd workplace that can stunt development and encourage groupthink.Baseball needs a culture change, or more women will be hurt|Barry Svrluga|March 5, 2021|Washington Post
If you have too much solidarity, though, you have a groupthink.How to Succeed by Being Authentic (Hint: Carefully) (Ep. 438)|Stephen J. Dubner|November 5, 2020|Freakonomics
The shock will soon congeal into fear-fueled groupthink and gridlock.
They create ossified institutions, paralyzed by groupthink and incapable of self-reflection.
But history tells us that, more often than not, this sort of media-reinforced groupthink proves wrong.
Maybe groupthink can work when you're in power, at least for a time.
In this sense and others, Greenberg's is a call for a return to the groupthink and hawkish conformity of the Bush era.