9781940468426

Teeming How Superorganisms Work Together to Build Infinite Wealth on a Finite Planet (and your company can too)

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    9781940468426

  • ISBN10:

    1940468426

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2017-05-16
  • Publisher: White Cloud Press

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Summary

Ultra-social animals like dolphins, elephants, wolves, and baboons work together to accomplish complex tasks just like we do, because the power of individual intelligence has its limits. Ants, honeybees, slime molds, and fungi have discovered a more effective way to collaborate and innovate: through networks. By coordinating the actions of millions of individuals, networked species create rich hotspots of sustainable abundance.

Today, the internet gives us the power to harness these same strategies for our own success. Using six time-tested principles, Dr. Woolley-Barker shows how businesses can mimic these techniques for generating long-lasting value in an unpredictable world.

Author Biography

Tamsin Woolley-Barker is an Evolutionary Biologist and Biomimicry pioneer. Her social genetic work on Ethiopian baboons is part of the longest-running and most complete study of any wild primate population to date. Tamsin serves as an independent consultant for a Fortune 100 clientele. She lives in San Diego, CA.

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