Emergence in Organisational Teams
Creating the conditions for team development
Central to the living systems view of teams, networks and organisations, is the recognition and acceptance that their behaviour 'emerges' rather than appears in a controllable, predictable way.
Even though we may not be able to make the desired team behaviour emerge to suit our plans and schedules we can create conditions which are conducive to emergence.
- Rate of Information Flow
- Lack of inhibitors
- Good Boundaries
- Watchful Anticipation
Bioteams Books Reviews
Lateral leadership skills are how to get the job done when you are not the boss.Roger Fisher, the world's leading expert on win-win negotiation, partners with Alan Sharp in Lateral Leadership (1998, 2004) to identify three fundamental problems with collaboration in organisations and what you can do to fix them.