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Collective intelligence at organizational level

Collective intelligence at organizational level

Group Intelligence in entrepreneurship has always challanged managers ability to combine the experience of senior employees with the enthusiasm of the newest members of the team uninitiated in the field. In most cases, young students lack practical experience can be countered through a prepared and talented team and efficient project management.

Developing this idea in software services, we can say that an ideal custom software business needs to provide a positive group intelligence that helps all members in achieving collective goals. Also, by providing the necessary information at the right time can improve the entire process of work in developing software applications and services, necessary especially for the new members of the company.

When a group of people manage to cooperate efficient, members of this group can get a surplus of individual capacities that can reduce the risk of failure. This collective intelligence is correlated primarily with the ability to establish efficient colaboration between members.

Software designed to improve internal activity within a company, compensate in most cases human resources and contribute to an overall income.

In organizational culture are three fundamental roles that team members can play in a company:

- The organizers - the people who manage the result-oriented process, those who have functions related to analysis and quality control;

- Those who accept - represent the majority in any company and serve to validate any innovative management action, spreading his popularity among the rest of the team;

- Creators of relations - are members who can create subgroups with ease and make social connections necessary in any organization;

 

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