Almost everything we do is in teams. High performing teams have common things they do well and teams that struggle trip on common errors.
Author: Garrick Throckmorton– Chief Product and Services Officer To operate an organization of any magnitude requires creativity and innovation to be part of your culture. To stay competitive, to find efficiencies, or even create differentiation. Creativity and innovation, however, are also buzz words thrown around that we can all benefit from digging deeper into. What
Author: Garrick Throckmorton– Chief Product and Services Officer When was the last time you accomplished a major work milestone in total isolation? Without dependence upon another department’s resources or expertise? Without consulting others for guidance, input, troubleshooting? If you have to think back to your high school science class where you collected leaves, you are
What does science tell us about high performing teams given that this is what all organizations desire to create?