How do you pick who works together, who reports to whom, and who exchanges information with whom? Usually, it gets done within a department, within a project team, or based on some other common ground. It turns out we should be focusing on our differences a bit more.
We set out to create a fast but effective way to demonstrate this point: complimentary differences lead to good ideas. Coworkers who have complementary differences have unique skills or perspectives, and they have enough in common that they can communicate effectively with each other.