We humans are the most cooperative species on this planet.
We cooperate with our fellow human beings almost all day without us being aware of it.
With social rules, we have created an environment in which it is worthwhile for each individual to be cooperative.
Humans are particularly sensitive about the uncooperative interactions. The reason for behaving cooperatively are the conditions under which it is more worthwhile for the individual to behave cooperatively.
I identify these conditions, which hinder cooperation, and find structural changes that will improve the work in the team.
Cooperation-promoting structures help to work more productively and to save working time. This leads to an improved working environment and thus to happier employees.
through natural selection, humans are one of the most cooperative species on the Earth. Let’s follow Charles Darwin’s reasoning like evolution works, this means that cooperative behaviour is to the advantage of the individual. Because people are highly cooperative under natural conditions therefore promote our environmental conditions with cooperative behaviour. What is often misunderstood, the natural habitat of man is our daily environment including machinery, houses, technology, the Internet, social rules, laws, etc. Many people believe we have stood out from nature and live in an artificial world. But let us take a man who is in a house to protect themselves from environmental influences. Why should this be considered artificial while it is considered to be an elaborate nest for swallows that have an elaborate nest of different materials, their natural environment is. too Tool use and culture formation are essential for other animal species (e.g. Parrots and great apes). In my research, I have repeatedly how people can quickly change their behaviour to a adapt the experimental situation. If you change the boundary conditions of the experiment, people adapt their behaviour very quickly to the new circumstances. In the daily Life can be observed by watching a person at work and then during a leisure activity with friends. Social behaviour the same person differs and is adapted to the respective situation Adapted. This means that our behaviour of natural selection and is always adjusted as soon as the social conditions change. In terms of cooperation and teamwork, this means that people are dependent on more or less cooperate from the terms and conditions. Typical symptoms of unfavorable Boundary conditions involve a lot of coordination effort, internal friction losses, low motivation,
The Darwin principle: living beings differ in their behaviours and Properties. If a living being exhibits a behaviour that is pays out positively (net profit), then this is Selection more frequently. This means that everything we do very often in nature today has spread because there is a net profit for the individual who exhibits this behavior.