Groupthink is a synthetic word referring to the mental products of groups. It's usually a negative reference, loathed by freethinkers, implying lack of individual thought, or a process of consensus where compromises are used to produce a diluted, half baked, result. It's related to the common image of committee thinking, where a camel is described as a horse designed by a committee. Groupthink however routinely surfaces in some forms of management thinking, usually consensual, but sometimes related to the 'social IQ' or 'Emotional IQ' concept, involving what is sometimes considered facile thinking.
Examples of Groupthink: