If organizations want to succeed, they need to model their information sharing on the most sophisticated and efficient information processor on the planet: the human brain.
Every day, humanity makes 50 billion cellphone calls, and sends 300 billion emails. But just one person’s brain sends more messages than that!
It sends about 10,000 times as many, every day. And all we need to do this is a muffin and a cup of coffee.
Our brains are this efficient because of the way they are wired. Unfortunately, office communication is not usually wired as intelligently as a human brain. This really holds organizations back. Information moves around, but it usually either moves just one way, or just between two people.
The reason conference calls are so smart is that they use the same system of moving information as your brain, so your information can be become ideas.