Join a Team

Individuals have limits. Why relish in singular study spending hours alone at your desk with your nose in a textbook or eyeballing a computer screen in undirected research? Keeping in touch via social media, phone, or email does not correct a flawed format. It merely compounds the solitude and struggle. You may think your trek … Continued


To characterize teams as a powerful chain misses one vital weakness. The same deficiency applies to many other images of teamwork, be it a set of building blocks, a pyramid, a puzzle, or players moving in unison. Assuredly, teamwork that divides tasks multiplies success. But that’s not enough or, more critically, it fails to achieve … Continued