To promote internal knowledge, enhance the pride of belonging and a way to connect talent is aimed at Collective Intelligence, as a way to create learning communities, innovation where collaborators can share ideas and experiences.
According to the philosopher Pierre Levy, collective intelligence “is an intelligence distributed everywhere, constantly valued, coordinated in real time, which leads to an effective mobilization of competition. The goal is recognition and mutual enrichment of people”. Therefore, is it the intelligence that emerges from the collaboration of several individuals.
In this sense, the Human Resources area should promote this concept in the organization in order to develop creative projects, not waste the knowledge of the collaborators; drive the search for better solutions; generate inclusion and support the experiences of the team-work to obtain better results.
Why is Feedback important
One of the tools that should be encouraged in the spaces for working and thinking about the team-work is feedback. We are talking about a powerful tool capable of strengthening the communicative capacities of leaders and employee, which makes it possible to recognise behaviours that have a positive impact on the growth of the person, the team and the company. Feedback is absolutely necessary for organisations.
How can we do to motivate collective intelligence in our organization?
Step 1: Organisational Culture + Employee Well-being Companies need employees aligned with the organisation and the organisation needs to be aligned with its employees. In order to consolidate corporate identity, companies must put their effort building a solid culture, with a shared vision and mission.
Step 2: Encourage collaborative work
Corporate social platforms will help internal knowledge management and enhance the sense of belonging of employees; this will be a perfect link to align the human resource with the good work environment and teamwork.
Step 3: Employee Job satisfaction
Companies should strive to ensure that the most relevant consequence of a positive work environment is the satisfaction of their employees. This inevitably concludes that workers feel a great connection to each other, enjoying each challenge and committing to the current and future projects of the organisation.
Integrated teamwork stand out for sharing common values, objectives and vision, and above all: learning from their mistakes.