Part 1: Bruce Wellman: Group Size, Structure, and Making it Safe
"A group is not a group unless it knows it is a group."
This section covers the most important parts of how people learn together. "Do I see my colleagues as part of my work, or what keeps me from my work?" One key is to make meetings more structured. But it goes beyond just posting norms on the wall. Don't put it on the wall unless you know exactly what it means and you are going to call people on it. Bruce also discusses the equation for determining the max relational load of a group, stressing the need for expanding our repertoires for breaking large groups into smaller units to maximize participation.