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That was the key takeaway from an interview the company’s co-founder and chief executive Larry Page gave to the Financial Times recently. IDEO’s Culture of Helping. Artwork: Freegums, Celestial Plane, 2010, fully tileable ink drawing, 24″ x 36″ Few things leaders can do are more important than encouraging helping behavior within their organizations.
In the top-performing companies it is a norm that colleagues support one another’s efforts to do the best work possible. That has always been true for pragmatic reasons: If companies were to operate at peak efficiency without what organizational scholars call “citizenship behavior,” tasks would have to be optimally assigned 100% of the time, projects could not take any unexpected turns, and no part of any project could go faster or slower than anticipated.
But mutual helping is even more vital in an era of knowledge work, when positive business outcomes depend on creativity in often very complex projects. Beyond simple workload sharing, collaborative help comes to the fore—lending perspective, experience, and expertise that improve the quality and execution of ideas. Leadership Conviction. Altered States: Why to Change Your Organizational Culture and How Peter Senge, called the "Strategist of the Century" by the Journal of Business Strategy, popularized the concept of the learning organization nearly a decade ago.
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Grohol, Psy.D. on January 5, 2015 ~ 3 min read As technology is aiding the development of “smart cars,” new research proposes behavioral theory can help systems correct dangerous steering movements before they occur. Researchers at Sweden’s Chalmers University of Technology believe the theory explains the inexplicable jerkiness that occurs when we steer a vehicle. From Science Fiction to Reality: The Evolution of Artificial Intelligence. Getty Images What was once just a figment of the imagination of some our most famous science fiction writers, artificial intelligence (AI) is taking root in our everyday lives.
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