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COMPLEX SYSTEMS AND SPORTS : Complex Systems insights to building effective teams

  title={COMPLEX SYSTEMS AND SPORTS : Complex Systems insights to building effective teams},
  author={Y. Bar-Yam},
  • Y. Bar-Yam
  • Published 2003
  • This lecture discusses the characterization of effective teams (their complexity / variety) and the role of competition and cooperation in the formation of effective teams. The context for the discussion, sports, provides examples that are also relevant to many other aspects of society and biology. 
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