Have you ever sat in a conference room and noticed there’s always one person who’s always chattering away no matter what the subject? There’s always one, right? They monopolize the meeting and it feels like nothing gets accomplished. Hmmmph.
Well, according to a piece in The Wall Street Journal, they may sound like they know what they’re saying but in actuality, they aren’t any more of an expert just because they’re loud.
A new study from the University of Utah and Idaho State University revealed that departments taking time to identify experts instead of just accepting loudmouths as experts perform better in problem-solving tasks. Read more