Bioteaming: Natural Models for Virtual Teams
I presented Bioteaming: Natural Models for Virtual Teams at the Collaborative Tools Conference (CTC2006) at the Seaport Hotel in Boston, MA, on June 22. We discussed what nature's teams might teach us about messaging, swarming, networking and personal collaboration strategies.
I presented an Interactive Bioteaming Experience where we explored what we could learn from:
- Ants on Group Messaging
- Bird Flocks on Team Member Swarming
- Foodwebs on Team Networking
- Sticklebacks on Personal Cooperation Strategies
Click below to download a PDF of the presentation slides:
Bioteams Books Reviews
Poor organisational intelligence leads to 'coblaboration' instead of collaboration.Harvard Professor, David Perkins, in his latest book, "King Arthur's Round Table : How Collaborative Conversations Create Smart Organizations", discusses the importance of "organisational Intelligence" and "developmental leadership" and how the absence of these leads to coblaboration rather than collaboration in organisational teams.