As Miller says in that chapter: "When we talk about networks, after all, what we're really talking about are relationships: how we interact with those around us." That lesson, of course, can be widely applied. We should all be interested in how we interact with our families, with our social group, with our co-workers, with the natural world. So The Smart Swarm proves useful for everyone. Whether you are in business and want to improve your performance or you simply want to have better organization at home and learn to make better decisions in a variety of situations, the lessons in Miller's book will be helpful. If nothing else, you'll learn a great deal about the world around you.
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