The “V” flying formation helps us to understand dynamic financial collaboration. Geese and Ducks fly in “V” formation as they migrate across thousands of miles. For example, Canadian Geese migrate from Canada to the lower 48s as far as Georgia. They can reach up to 60 mph during their flights and can climb to an altitude of 8,000 feet. They can fly through storms and navigate at night. Canadian Geese can fly for up to 16 hours per flight segment before requiring a resting place.
How do they do this? It is called Dynamic Collaboration. The “V” flying formation of Geese and Ducks help conserve their energy during migrations. The lead duck or goose feels the greatest wind resistance. The other geese fly slightly above the bird in front of them. This results in a reduction of wind resistance. Studies have revealed that the heart rates of the geese were lower when flying in a “V” than when flying solo. This enables the geese to fly 70 percent farther than flying alone. The leader will eventually get weary and tired. The leader honks and drops back to the rear of the “V” formation where the wind drag is lowest.
Dynamic Collaboration takes cooperation and coordination to a whole new level. In the case of our winged friends, Dynamic Collaboration results in increased endurance and expediency during the long migration. Dynamic Collaboration allows them to fly stronger…longer.
Dynamic Financial Collaboration
Black Americans must work toward the common goal of building generational wealth. Dynamic Financial Collaboration will allow us to build generational wealth faster.