We labor under a great misconception about group dynamics. That misconception is that groups need a strong leader.
In fact, strong leaders do only one thing. They set the vision and enforce it. The group then needs to work on its own to bring that vision to reality.
This works best when members of the group know how to talk to one another. That knowledge is not intuitive. To the contrary, it must be learned. Greg Satell offers a glimpse of this.
Most important — we need to mast the art of making high-powered exchanges.