I often miss the "" of 1999-2000 when the Internet and Information Technology was exploding, growing exponentially with no apparent end in sight.
Ideas flourished into products and companies as they rapidly became the currency of the budding 21st century.
Like a colony of scurrying ants, passionate entrepreneurs networked, brainstormed and strategized in an attempt to grow their ideas beyond concepts into wonderful realities.
It was truly amazing to witness and exciting to participate in these brainstorming sessions with sharp, highly intelligent people who contributed their own vision, experience and expertise. I find brainstorming sessions in a congruent group to be extremely stimulating and I truly love the "action" it creates and look forward to every opportunity to get involved.
It was those experience that opened my eyes to the power of multiple minds working in unison. In his classic book, "", states that "POWER may be defined as "organized and intelligently directed KNOWLEDGE."
Hill goes on to say, that "The "" may be defined as: "Coordination of knowledge and effort, in a spirit of harmony, between two or more people, for the attainment of a definite purpose."
"No individual may have great power without availing himself of the "Master Mind."
So, in response to the title question of more heads being better then less; I have to believe that more CAN be better but not necessarily WILL in every case. It usually boils down to that combination that can synchronize, therefore acting as a multiplier.