Testosterone on the Team
A new research report found that testosterone levels are associated with how diverse and homogeneous business teams perform, but in opposite ways.
The Toolkits of Creative Teams: Lessons from Hollywood Animation
This study found that experts rate animated movies as more creative when animation teams use a variety of tools, most of which were already established in the field.
Close to you: Research helps teams work well in close quarters
Teamwork and leadership are important on any mission, but when the mission is in orbit around Earth, or a multi-year trip to Mars, personalities and styles are magnified. Marissa Shuffler applies the science of industrial and
How To Build A Better Team? New Meta-analysis Says Active Learning
A new meta-analysis suggest that team-building interventions that utilize an interactive component can significantly improve team performance.
People Love Working with Extraverts, Until the Going Gets Tough
The same qualities that led to an “extravert advantage” when teams functioned smoothly led to exacerbated tensions when teammates faced conflicts.
Working With Jerks Could Be Screwing Up Your Relationships
New York Magazine: There’s more to the relationship between your professional and personal life than setting a witty “away” message when you finally go on vacation. Like Harvard psychologist Ellen Langer would say, acting like