Category Archives: Extreme Teams

Hunters to Collaborators: Transitioning to Agile Organizations

When edge cases become typical they signal transitions. Then we need new thinking for real understanding. Edge cases are usually rare and far from the norm. They can challenge and inform how we think. They come up in answering even simple seeming questions on our project, which is developing analytics for … Continue reading

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Augmented Intelligence for Extreme Teams

Really difficult challenges require extreme performance by great teams. In sports we celebrate the performance of extremely effective teams. In music we celebrate extremely accomplished bands and groups. Images of extreme performance teams in our culture include photos of mission control for Apollo 13 … Continue reading

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Going Beyond “Smart”: How Combining Big Data With People Enables Smarter Action in the “Big Picture”

Traffic and parking enforcement is at the heart of running a city. Every day officers drive or walk their beats. They respond to accidents and help citizens. They enforce regulations to keep cities running smoothly like preventing double parking, which … Continue reading

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