If you're the leader of a class which devices robots for a school festival, you will recognize that there are only five people who have expert skills among 40 people in class. I have come up against the same circumstance five years ago in the Institute of Technology. As usual, the robots or attractions using technology were created by five boys including me. But the work is considerably hard for us. I had to organize some teams in my class like an army to lesson my work.
Firstly, I organized some teams to sort tasks and nominated a leader in each team. Through that, I could assign the odd jobs that I wasn't interested in to the team -- from item management to addressing complaints of my classmates.
The ultimate challenge was the number of engineers. My strategy was very simple: increase the number of exports. I taught how to create computer programs with very harsh curriculum, so I got two experts.
Finally, we completed that with my least effort.