Looking at the challenges facing our planet today, there’s one thing they all have in common: they are deeply complex problems that require complex solutions. None of them can be solved in isolation. Whether we’re looking at war or water crises, food shortages or climate change, there is not one solution, but solutions—plural. And to get to these solutions, we need interdisciplinary collaboration — input from all the stakeholders, experts, and parties involved. But how do we get those parties to actually work together, especially when they all have diverse viewpoints, understandings and methods for solving the problem? In this video I talk about collaboration, teamwork, and the tyrants on our teams we have to watch out for (hint: the worst tyrants aren’t any of the people).