INTELLIGENT FORMATION OF HIGH-PERFORMING TEAMS

People Science is about intelligent creation of high-performance teams. It is about building a human architecture for serendipity. It is about using data and designed interactions to visualize and optimize connections within organizations and communities.

The answer is relationships. What is the question? How do I best enable a group of people to have the greatest impact? Simply put: Now that it’s possible, why wouldn’t you use People Science?

COLLABORATIVE PLATFORMS

Enable and encourage the intelligent connection of people and information flows to minimize waste and maximize productivity.

COMMUNITY BUILDING

Help communities discover and enhance common goals and aspirations while increasing openness, trust, and cooperation.

NETWORKING TOOLS

Empower individuals at conferences or in virtual communities to discover and make valuable connections.

REWIRING NETWORKS

Visualize, engineer, and refine collaborative networks defined by people’s interests and activities and by the evolving objectives of communities and organizations.

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@ THE WORLD BANK

At their Annual Meeting in Dublin, The World Bank Group (WBG) brought together a diverse group of individuals from 40 countries—ranging from CEOs and royalty, to leading female auto mechanics and politicians—to initiate a new roadmap for transforming finance in developing markets.

Over years of experimentation with innovative conference techniques, the WBG learned that the connections made between participants were the most important element for long-term success. When meaningful, serendipitous relationships developed, knowledge and content were seamlessly shared, leading to practical applications after the conference.

At the event, participants were “engineered” into topical breakout groups based on personal preferences and big-data analysis. Many also engaged in Intelligent Introductions™ where they identified the people they wanted to meet and then had the opportunity to be seated next to them. These introductions enabled authentic connections.

Participants gave an average feedback score of 4.7 out of 5 when surveyed on their conference experience (industry average is 3.7). Not only is this the highest score the World Bank Group has garnered from all its conferences, but many participants cited “connections that were made” and “relationships that were developed” as the primary reasons for the success of the gathering.

Going forward, WBG is now leveraging the partnership with Collaboration.Ai to restructure how they engage the development finance community as well as the bank itself.

Download the full case study.

Interested to find out more? Email Brandon Klein.

@ THE HARVARD SOCIAL ENTERPRISE CONFERENCE

@ THE UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA