bnotes was designed to be a Supermind — a system where groups of people and computers are working together to act more intelligently than any person, group, or network has ever done before.
Becoming a Supermind
Members document thoughts, ideas, and strategies in bnotes and it serves as the centralized hub of information and knowledge.
According to MIT research, to increase collective intelligence — how effective groups are at solving problems together, organizations need to have more communication and an ability to take advantage of skills and resources embedded in all team members.
In the context of doing business, users start and end their day in bnotes. The system effectively combines the utility of other apps like email, notes, docs, and discussions into one workspace and benchmarks team performance with KPIs.
Measuring What Matters
bnotes bridges the gap between human effort and data (results). Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) are essential in understanding how well teams work together to achieve goals. Data illustrates the effectiveness of teamwork and serves as a guide to human effort. If a human’s activity, in the form of communication, isn’t measurable then how do organizations know how to optimize the work that’s being done? Keeping communication in a unified workspace is the key to transparency so that companies can measure what matters.