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from The Element by Ken Robinson
Creative teams are distinct. There's a big difference between a great team and a committee. Most committees do routine work and have members who are theoretically interchangeable with other people. Committee members are usually there to represent specific interests. Often a committee can do its work while half the members are checking their Blackberrys or studying the wallpaper. Committees are often immortal; they seem to persist forever, and so often do their meetings. Creative teams have a distinctive personality and come together to do something specific. They are together only for as long as they want to be or have to be to get the job done. (Robinson, 2009, p. 126)
source: Robinson, K. (2009). The element: How finding your passion changes everything. New York: Penguin Books.