Organisation as a Service
"We're quickly entering an era where Humanity & Technology will become symbiotic.
This will create intelligent organisations that run themselves"
The main benefits
Quickly respond to changing conditions
Solve complex problems in real time
Mutual beneficial cooperation makes them purpose driven
Are more motivated, take ownership
Create more value
Are resilient and future proof
Who else works on Swarm
World famous leadership and strategy author Prof. Dr. Bob de Wit is convinced that SWARM is the organisation model for the future. And bestseller author and keynote speaker Christian Kromme shares this view. Both have incorporated the Swarm Organisation philosophy in their work and lectures.
And they are not the only ones. Organisations like Mercedes Benz, Cap Gemini, SAP and Agile, who all excel at innovative organisation strategy, but also Princeton University & Mc Kinsey Consultancy are looking into swarm intelligence and the intriguing opportunities of this new and innovative organisation design. Don't stay behind, and join us to outperform the competition ...
What people say about
‘Swarm Organisation’ provides a very practical alternative for hierarchy as the main driver of control, it includes a clear methodology to capture the wisdom of the crowd, and it offers a very powerful tool: the Swarm Scan. In this book, scientifically proven insights are being made practical for managers.
Prof. Dr. Bob de Wit
The Swarm Solution is the first in its kind. It combines the properties of both human and natural organisation systems in a innovative holographic-holistic model. This "best of both worlds" approach could very well be the next great evolution in organisation design. We believe it has the potential to replace models like Agile and Scrum.
Evert Bleijenberg MBA
Self-organisation is the only way forward for future organisations. The Swarm Solution together with the Swarm Scan gives individuals and organisations a new and surprisingly sharp insight in their own organising behaviour.
It also painfully explains why our current organisation models no longer work.