Topic Description According to the research "Conditions for Self-Organizing in Human Systems" done by Glenda H. Eoyang, container, difference, and exchange are the conditions that shape the path of the self-organizing processes. Self-organizing is the process that moves from one state of coherence to another. The CDE Model provides a simple and generalizable framework to describe the emergent behavior of human collectives. Self-Organizing team lives in an environment, interacts with the environment. contextual support for self-organising teams consists basically of four sub-systems: information – in terms of providing teams the data that members need to competently plan and execute their work infrastructure – in terms of appropriate physical space (a factor many co-located teams struggle with), technical infrastructure and money. education – in terms of any training, coaching or technical assistance the team may need reward – in terms of providing positive, economic as well as symbolic consequences for good team performance. As a leader or manager, you could cultivate the team by changing those sub-systems over the time. The most important factor for a Self-Organizing team, is to have a compelling mission or vision. Once the team has the authority to set their goal and decide how to process towards the goal, with some support, Self-Organizing is just a "by-product" of actualizing the goal.