My best bioteam articles
Here is a collection of the 4 most popular bioteaming articles based on user feedback and page views.
1. Why You Need More Than Great Tools To Make Online Collaboration Profitable
Over the last ten years organisational teams have become much more distributed and complex. Despite the number of technologies available to assist team and group working it is still exceptionally difficult to manage such teams.
I propose that even if we fully master the technology of teams there will still be something major missing which will stop our teams operating with the speed and agility we need. We need to look to natures' most successful teams to see what are the secrets of their longevity and dominance over millions of years of evolution.
I will explain how they all share a small number of common natural principles which we can apply to our organisational teams....read on..
2. The Bioteaming Conundrum
In my research into bioteaming I have (so far) identified four action zones and about a dozen action rules. These constitute the DNA or recipe book for leaders who want to make their organisational/ project teams significantly more productive and much better at using virtual technologies by adopting the proven strategies and organisation structures used by nature's best teams.
This article provides a brief introduction to these bioteam zones and the action rules....read on..
3. The hidden potential of human teams goes beyond nature's best efforts
There is one other area which a team needs to address as part of a bioteaming strategy if it wants to be exceptionally successful - team member beliefs.
In this article I suggest the seven hidden beliefs of high performing teams are ....read on..
4. How a team can become more productive by using three simple rules
Bioteaming is as such a new research area focused on the systematic study of natures' historically most successful living teams while identifying best methods and approaches to transfer and integrate nature's best solutions into the daily life of Virtually Networked Teams present handicaps and limitations.
In this article I will introduce and identify the fundamental key overarching principle of Bioteams and define the first three action rules...read on..
Bioteams Books Reviews
One of the main dilemmas for team leaders and members is the thorny issue of responsibility. We often fixate on the problem of leaders and members not taking enough responsibility but according to Dr Scott Peck they can also do damage if they try to take too much!