The Company Body Part I

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The Company Body - Organizational Model and work Design in the Collaborative Economy

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The Company Body Part I

  1. WHO ARE YOU IN THE ORGANIZATIONAL DESIGN?
  2. THE COMPANY BODY “In the long history of humankind (and animal kind, too) those who learned to collaborate and improvise most effectively have prevailed.” - Charles Darwin
  3. Fritz Kahn imagined “MAN AS AN INDUSTRIAL PALACE” back in 1926!
  4. YOU ARE YOUR ORGANIZATION “In a Human Body each Part specially carries out its own function and works as a Whole with the other parts.” - The Company Body
  5. WORK DESIGN INSPIRED BY NATURE
  6. WHAT DOES AN ORGANIZATIONAL MODEL AFFECT? * BEHAVIOR *
  7. EXAMPLE ?
  8. WE LIKE A SOCIAL NETWORK BECAUSE WE FEEL A #PART OF IT
  9. OTHER EXAMPLES OF INNOVATION INSPIRED BY NATURE ?
  10. IMITATING NATURAL COLLABORATIVE BEHAVIOR OF A SWARM OF BEES ROBOTIC BEES From Harvard researchers a cloud of independent Robotic Bees flying over a field for pollinating or easier tracking in areas difficult to access, monitoring crops and seeds or measuring the change of climate in small areas. source
  11. AIRCRAFT DESIGN INSPIRED BY NATURE AND ENABLED BY TECH Airbus models of 2050, takes biomimicry as a   guiding principle for the design of forms and materials. Instead of being wrapped in opaque metal, will be composed of a web-like network of structural material like a skeleton. In fact, it’s inspired by the bone structure of birds! source
  12. THE BULLET TRAIN INSPIRED BY A KINGFISHER The Bullet Train running very fast, more than 300 km/h but making a lot of noise, until a railway engineer made the connection between the train and a bird with a question: 'Why such a fuss in the passage of the train through tunnels, while the kingfisher is able to dive from the air to catch its prey in the water without any splash?' And he got to: 'Thanks to its sharp beak!' Result of this inspiration: a more aerodynamic train, quieter, using 15% less electricity and even faster! (Teh Eng Koon / AFP - Getty Images file) The Shinkansen Japanese bullet train is inspired by the feathers of owls and beaks of kingfishers.
  13. WHAT SHOULD AN ORGANIZATIONAL MODEL ENHANCE? * RESULTS *
  14. AN ORGANIZATIONAL MODEL INSPIRED BY NATURE ?
  15. SKILLS ARE UNIQUE EQUILIBRIUM IS SYMMETRY
  16. THE EXECUTIVE CIRCLE OF SKILLS
  17. COLLABORATION vs COMPETITION ?
  18. ORGANIZATIONS' COMMITMENT-MAXIMIZING LOGIC AIMS TO UTMOST PRODUCTIVITY ATHLETES' EFFORT-MAXIMIZING LOGIC AIMS TO REACH FIRST THE FINISH LINE
  19. WHERE IS THE DIFFERENCE ?
  20. IN AN ATHLETE'S BODY THERE IS NO COMPETITION ARMS, LUNGS, FEET, HEART, BRAIN, EYES, MUSCLES, BONES ... THE WHOLE BODY ... COLLABORATE AND RUN TOGETHER.
  21. IN A HUMAN BODY “In humans, neuromuscular control is body-wide and leads to greater ability to replicate specific movement. This can be obtained beginning slowly, increasing speed and repetitions constantly, allowing the nervous system, mind, and body to work at ever-greater levels. It's this connection from the brain to the body and exercise making an athlete win ” - The Company Body
  22. IN A COMPANY BODY “REACTION - the interval between the onset of a signal (stimulus) and the initiation of a movement response - has to be a measure of performance since a primary factor affecting a response is the number of possible stimuli, each requiring their own response to those that are presented. The more factors that could influence a decision, the longer the response may be, especially in team-playing.” - The Company Body
  23. 5 STARS OF THE COMPANY BODY TRUST MUTUAL INTEREST MUTUAL INTEREST COMMUNICATION INDIVIDUAL COMMITMENT PURPOSE COMMUNICATION
  24. AN ORGANIZATION IS FORMED BY THE MUTUAL INTERACTION OF ITS PARTS
  25. EXAMPLE OF INTERACTING “TANK”
  26. ORGAN PERFORMANCE INDICATORS
  27. BUT WHY IS CONFLICT MORE COMMON?
  28. IN A HUMAN BODY “Each part of a Human Body pretends a preferential treatment. Relax when tired or short of energy, attention if neglected, or need to be healed when hurt. And, the Brain, the locomotive of the Human Body’s train is, in principle, well disposed to give each part what it asks for. The situation becomes complicated if all the parts are given special privileges simultaneously. Since the conflict is intrinsic in the parts of the body themselves, being complementary and not independent.” - The Company Body
  29. IN A COMPANY BODY “Each ‘organ’ of a Business Organization has a different personality, skills and needs. They can be ‘pivoted’ in broader categories of prototypes of ‘personality’ ‘skills’ and ‘needs’, nonetheless they remain potentially ‘in conflict’ since different and the price of dealing with such a ‘conflict’ is always high. Some people to hire are exceptional but too expensive. And some others simply have the basic necessary skills for a specific position. It is a choice ... Is it really a choice?” - The Company Body
  30. IN A HUMAN BODY “Communication signals are not perceived like orders being all cells, organs and systems essential to the whole body.” - The Company Body
  31. IN A HUMAN BODY
  32. IN A COMPANY BODY “Communication signals are perceived like orders when parts feel no recognition or value of making the whole body.” - The Company Body
  33. IN A COMPANY BODY “A message only becomes information after the receiving system or subsystem assigns value to it by calculating an adjustment of its behavior in state space.” - James Miller (Living Systems)
  34. IN A HUMAN BODY SENSE OF BELONGING ADAPTATION LEARNING WILL
  35. IN A COMPANY BODY HOW CAN THE PRINCIPLE OF MINIMUM INPUT MAXIMUM OUTPUT BE CONCILIATED WITH THE MANY HOURS OF WORK OF A HARD WORKER ?
  36. IN A COMPANY BODY HOW TO REWARD EACH PART AND GET MORE FOR LESS DISTRESS ?
  37. IN A COMPANY BODY WHAT SHARED COMMUNICATION FLOWS ? WHAT SUBSYSTEMS FOR ORGANIZATIONS ?
  38. Organizational Design Model THE COMPANY BODY PUBLISHING DECEMBER 2013 Successfully Crowdsourced June 2013 © ALMA DAKAJ

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