Authoritarian Systems: How the World Works: Collaborative Systems: How the World Could Work by Doug Peppers

Authoritarian Systems: How the World Works: Collaborative Systems: How the World Could Work

byDoug Peppers

Kobo ebook | March 14, 2016

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Finally! A book that explains what is fundamentally wrong with the human race and then gives the answer everybody in the world is looking for to find purpose and meaning in life. The book offers many potential strategies to help groups (families, companies, governments, etc.) move forward achieving a better quality of life for everyone. It is written in very down-to-earth words that should be easy to match up with what we see in our everyday lives. This may be the greatest discovery in the history of the human race as well as one of the greatest investment opportunities for every industry especially the software industry. Ignorance of human behavior, group dynamics and systems (authoritarian and collaborative) is destroying people’s lives and careers. Knowledge and practical applications of knowledge in these areas are the answers to our problems.

The root cause of the problems in the world is authoritarian groups and systems which most people have never heard of. This book explains the details of how authoritarian systems work that everybody sees, but we never were able to put it into words. We have all been socialized to respect authority instead of knowledge. That explains the problems we see at home and work and why dysfunctional family, company and government patterns go on from generation to generation. There is a list called collective ingredients necessary for every group to move forward. Another helpful approach to look at this is called authority figure deficits listing specifically what authority figures were never taught to lead groups to transition from negative (2+2=3) to positive (2+2=5) synergy or even better from authoritarian to collaborative.

The answer to the world’s problems is building collaborative groups and systems not traditional capitalism or socialism. Very few people know there is another way to live that we were never socialized to see, understand and practice called collaborative systems. The book explains how collaborative groups or systems work and offers a standard flowchart and other simpler strategies to help groups start developing in this area. People all over the world will grab on to these practical strategies, take them to a higher level or even develop their own after seeing examples of how to get groups working together better.

Every industry in the world will now have a new topic to build businesses and make money while making the world a better place. It could be one of the top job generators globally. The software industry especially has widespread opportunities because we need to collect large amounts of information about the people and other things like shared responsibilities to manage groups and systems more efficiently. Working with individuals trapped in dysfunctional groups and systems is a failed approach. Working with whole groups (families, companies, governments, etc.) to make the dysfunctional group more functional is the transformative approach everybody has been looking for.

Title:Authoritarian Systems: How the World Works: Collaborative Systems: How the World Could WorkFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:March 14, 2016Publisher:Doug PeppersLanguage:English

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