Abstract

Biomimicry is a modern interdisciplinary approach that motivates leaders by nature to use its applications. Leadership is not only a subject of study in biology but also in all social sciences. This research focuses on understanding the mechanism behind the coordinated behaviour observed in mobile animal groups in order to assess the impact of leadership models in biology and sociology on group behaviours. In this context, this study aims to reveal the common grounds and to establish bridges between agile leadership and biomimicry by using a new model on grey wolves. The research was done by qualitative analysis method including current literature. The findings reveal that there is a strong relationship between characteristics and qualities agile leadership and of wolves. It is resulted that natural and biological cycles inspire on the leadership models. Understanding this differential impact and the ability of leadership is the key to appreciate the function of group organizations in collective animal systems.