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Interesting point to validate, and perhaps undermine, your recommended eclectic team:

Overcoming Bias had a post on how "Groups tend to spend most of their time discussing the information shared by members, which is therefore redundant, rather than discussing information known only to one or a minority of members."

I suppose that if you were to create a "multidisciplinary" team, one would have less common ground to get bogged down in.

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