The dangers of a superhero culture: the smartest person is no match for the average group
Published on | Prototyping: From UX to Front End — Medium Stephanie Beath Every time I work with a new team I hear the same rhetoric. Whatever the real or perceived problem, they intend to be ‘the solution’ to it. To be better than or different to and smarter than the others. The idea that they need people outside the group to co-create a solution is a foreign and often threatening thought, even in collaborative environments. Many see it as a sign of failure, that they are not good enough on their own.