Chapter 7: Entanglement is more than collaboration
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This chapter introduces the concept of entanglement between humans. Entangled humans know what others with whom they are entangled, think, independent of where they are. It shows how entanglement is created, and how entanglement increases happiness and groupflow. It introduces the characteristics of entangled organizations, synchronization in movement, shared emotions, shared language, shared facial expressions, and shared values.

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