Why Employees At Apple And Google Are More Productive

Editor’s note: The key to success for these companies is to create the right teams and have good leaders. Interesting to see the focus on teams rather than only the star performers.

3 ingredients of smarter teams


Researchers in the US have identified three factors that make #teams smart. Writing in The New York Times, Anita Woolley, professor at the Tepper School of Business at Carnegie Mellon, Thomas Malone, professor at the M.I.T. Sloan School of Management and the director of the M.I.T. Center for Collective Intelligence and Christopher Chabris a professor […]

Learning collaboration from Tiki-Taka Soccer

Editor’s note: You don’t need to be a footballer to get a lot from this article – really interesting is how football coaches are experimenting with different approaches to a way of playing that hasn’t changed for a long time.

The secret to building dream teams

Editor’s note: How Reebok uses technology to match candidate behaviours to roles and how this informs hiring and career development.

Rewiring corporate learning #7: develop a great team


Developing a great team isn’t easy but it will help you achieve success, says Nigel Paine in the latest article in our series on Rewiring Corporate Learning. It is obvious that if you build a great team around you, you will have more success than if you build a poor team, however, life if not […]

Releasing team creativity

Editor’s note: Professor Mike West on team creativity and his research into positivity in teams, especially teams in the UK’s National Health Service.