In Collaboration and Ownership, important questions are raised regarding the reality of working together. Who 'owns' the process and the output and who is acting on whose behalf, are constant struggles. As a Fellow turns to a Staff member and says: This is all very interesting, let's see what you do with it; the Staff member replies: No, let's see what you do! This confusion stalls self-directed activity. Staff identify the need to share, cross-pollinate and encourage Fellow-led initiatives but retain the desire for ownership and direction. It takes a mind-shift to realise that more can be initiated and completed if collaboration supercedes ego.