How to Use a Brick: A Study of Collective Intelligence @ Harvest Summit

How to Use a Brick: A Study of Collective Intelligence @ Harvest Summit

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Andrew Dunkman

August 03, 2016
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  1. How to Use a Brick

  2. : A Study of Collective Intelligence How to Use a

    Brick
  3. Is collective intelligence greater than the simple sum of its

    parts?
  4. 699 people.

  5. How can you use a brick? Plan a shopping trip.

  6. Bad teams do poorly.

  7. Good teams do well.

  8. Individual intelligence is unimportant.

  9. No correlation between performance and organization.

  10. None
  11. “equality in distribution of conversational turn-taking”

  12. “average social sensitivity”

  13. None
  14. “interpersonal trust and mutual respect”

  15. None
  16. How do I even human?

  17. We want to know that we can safely share our

    ideas.
  18. We want to know that we are being heard.

  19. We want to know that our work isn’t just labor.

  20. None
  21. We are a team.

  22. How do we encourage mutual respect?

  23. How do we build interpersonal trust?

  24. None
  25. 2012: Project Aristotle

  26. Efficiency comes without efficiency.

  27. How we organize ourselves within a team isn’t important.

  28. None
  29. It’s hard to take turns when there are no turns

    to take.
  30. None
  31. dunkman.me/talks/brick slides, citations