Introduction:  Can Complex Adaptive System Models Aid Team Development?
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This is an academic research survey to collect professional evaluations of the possible benefits and level of difficulty when using complex adaptive system modeling techniques to simulate project team interaction characteristics.

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Project teams meet the criteria to be labeled as complex adaptive systems (CAS) which are a group of systems that exhibit certain interactive characteristics such as:

1. They evolve; (they change structure, organization, and functions over time on their own)
2. They aggregate behavior; (disparate parts work toward (or against) a common objective)
3. They anticipate the future; (they react to anticipated internal and external events)

This survey looks at computer-based, complex adaptive system modeling techniques to determine whether they provide any value toward predicting project team behavior in advance of assembling the group.  The hypothesis here is that these modeling techniques may provide some benefit to those who must select and organize such teams.  The modeling techniques described in this survey were developed by other researchers.

Your experience with teams and their interactions are valuable to further this research and will provide insight into what opportunities these techniques may provide.

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