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March 07, 2011

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Prashant Kaw

Nice article David. I like to believe that whatever we try in business or otherwise, nature has thought of first. They've experimented, A/B tested the hell out of systems / processes and keep the most efficient ones, albeit niche in certain cases.

A favorite inspiration (perhaps a bit hackneyed) is that of geese flying in V formation, with a constant change in who leads the flock, allowing them to cover more distance together.

In a prior life as a student of architecture my design concepts often revolved around nature.

Thanks for sharing.

James Strock

Wonderful idea, good luck with it!

Mackenzie Heys

I like this post David! It is so rewarding when you can draw these parallels naturally. The test of success is survival, and the natural systems in the jungle are great examples of success through their sustainability, especially the niche systems. Thank you for sharing!

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Excellent command.. No layers of managers who only manage others.. Thanks for sharing this excellent article..

Giladl

Great post, I have long been a fan of observing nature for answers to problems from management to technical systems.

BTW Darwin observed in his own words "It is not the strongest of the species that survive nor the most intelligent, but those most adaptive to change."

- Gilad

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