April 12, 2006

Racial Diversity Improves Group Decision Making In Unexpected Ways, According To Tufts University Research

"New research from Tufts University indicates that diverse groups perform better than homogenous groups when it comes to decision making and that this is due largely to dramatic differences in the way whites behave in diverse groups--changes that occur even before group members begin to interact."
ScienceDaily Posted by Martin Sewell at April 12, 2006 12:08 AM