Ever wondered why group work fails sometimes? Blame the Ringelmann effect đź’­

What can we do about it? Researchers already have answers.

Ringelmann was a French agricultural engineer who was much interested in analyzing the efforts of men in groups. According to him, group size is inversely proportional to the magnitude of effort contributed by individual members in the group. This means, greater the number of members in a group lesser will be their individual…

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Kiran Krishnan

Kiran Krishnan

Life enthusiast; Seeker; Renaissance man; Life long student ; Self taught scientist.