If 64 metronomes can synchronise spontaneously, and if the audience of a concert can ask for a repeat and applause at the same frequency, it probably means that cooperation in our organizations can be facilitated by some natural phenomenon.
The question is: how do we allow this natural phenomenon to work? Or what are the behaviours that could sabotage the natural movement and delay the cooperation?
Surprisingly enough, recent research has demonstrated that heart rates and breathing also synchronise in a group of singers:
More info or questions about our seminars to develop cooperation and agility:
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How many sounds will you be able to hear during this surprising piece of music?
4'33'' by John Cage
John Cage wanted us to understand that there is no such thing as silence. After having visited the anechoic chamber at Havard University, he realized that even there, what he was hearing wasn't the silence but his own heart beats, blood circulation, and breathing. He composed this piece of music to emphasize this "no-silence".