Collaboration for real humans. Leadership and teamwork practices to promote learning, meaningful connections, and fulfilling professional relationships.

To scrum or not to scrum? The saga of a liminal stand-up history. 
But as more and more work becomes remote, does scrum even make sense anymore?

Team leadership and Zen are compatible after all. Mindful meditation can calm egos and spark success. Just ask Phil Jackson, the NBA’s winningest coach.

Strong and energized teams are the lifeblood of any successful organization. In a professional landscape with quickly shifting social dynamics and obligations, what tools do managers need to maximize the performance, and well-being, of their teams?

Here’s our take on the causes and consequences of employee turnover, and how to retain top talent.

What exactly is diagonal thinking? Are you a diagonal thinker? What value do such people bring to organizations?

Most people possess an innate need to form relationships and belong to groups, and want to feel appreciated. The ability to establish meaningful connections with others largely depends on likeability. People considered as “likeable” exhibit specific traits, and are able to avoid certain behaviors to maintain good relationships.

What teams on Earth can learn from crew members preparing for missions beyond the Earth-Moon orbit.

A 75-year Harvard study kills two birds with one stone as it provides the number one secret to a fulfilled life (and career path).