Bell curve

The bell curve is a normal distribution curve describing most human conditions.

It gets more accurate as sample size increases.

It also plays out in the distribution of performance within teams.

What I find interesting is that all animals built in the shape of a bell move really slowly – snails, camels …

Some animals also take the form of a bell, by raising their backs, to make themselves look bigger before a fight – cats.

Bells are generally built for noise. Noise that triggers action.

The bell curve is not a representative normal distribution of high performing teams, because high performing teams usually have a small sample size.

High performing teams are distributed more like a paint roller brush.

Paint roller brushes are built for ease. Ease that facilitates beauty.

– Osasu Oviawe

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