Natural Management is an initiative to capture all of the ways that nature manages itself, including all plant and animal life. I need your contributions to build up a vast library of "natural management". This could be links to internet sites, blogs etc. or your own observations.
The idea is that people, businesses and organisations can use the information to manage their work.
The sort of thing I mean by natural management is the way bees organise themselves in a hive, the way ants organise food gathering, the way trees adapt to changing surroundings, the way deep sea fish have developed their own light source so they can see their prey, the way birds fly in triangular formations, the way the spider designs its web to catch flies to eat, the way the spinal column provides support and a nervous super-highway, the way trees shed their leaves in hot summers to stop dehydrating.
All these management techniques have taken thousands of years to develop, so they must be the best way to get things done.
I'm going to post questions on the blog like those above, but feel free to add postings here too with new subjects.