I've written before about the need for dialogue and constructive difference in teams - that is if you truly want a team...
Yet at a meaningful level it can be quite alien to so many. Makes me wonder if too much of our formative learning and work has been linear, transactional and with a "correct" answer.
Perhaps for younger and more digitally connected generations, true dialogue and constructive difference might be easier.
We just can't forget what makes teams work. You need that grist otherwise the mill is pointless.
Unfortunately, our distaste for conflict is so entrenched that encouraging even modest disagreement takes significant effort.