I studied a pretty rare aspect of human nature today. There was a definite problem in a institution. And people stood against the cause. Please don’t ask about the problem and all, I won’t be able to tell, that’s classified.
I did study the cumulative movement people make, and how they behave like a single entity.
Let’s start with the fact that each individual has a brain and they can decide individually. When groups form, brain automatically assigns tasks according to other individuals in the group. When the group is good, the automatic assignment and task management goes real smooth. But there are times, when the brains cannot assign tasks properly and efficiently, that’s when a cumulative effect of a group reduces.
Now if the group is too large, it is too much for the brain to find a appropriate position in that group. When that happens, the group get divided into smaller groups, but the objective of the each group remain same with little deviation. This time, the brains find or create group very efficiently.
I would like to find out which is more efficient in terms of movements and revolution, one group with a singular motive and operating modes, or multiple groups with varied operating modes.