Design a site like this with
Get started

Organizations are born simple. Size and scale make them complex and complicated. This blog is dedicated to making organizations simple.

Empowering at-risk youth through skateboarding

A skateboarder does a grab trick in a bowl-shaped skate park. In the background is a watching crowd, palm trees, and the ocean.
Latest posts

  • Why releasing software on a Wednesday makes better sense?

    Why releasing software on a Wednesday makes better sense?

    Shipping software or releasing a product on a Friday can be scary. Even the people working in an organization think so. They do not want to lose their weekends. If it works for your organization, try to ship on an earlier day. Make it a way of working for your organization if it works for you. And certainly, it will improve the way you work and make things simple.

    Continue reading

  • Reduce complexity, embrace simplicity

    Reduce complexity, embrace simplicity

    Many companies get confused over simplicity. Simplicity is not just a great user experience. It is about how the user sees and uses the product and gets output from the product. Companies need to understand that simplicity is the foundation of product thinking.

    Continue reading

  • Let us make organizations humane

    Let us make organizations humane

    Being humane is the simplest thing humans can do. Humane is the characteristic of having or showing compassion or benevolence. It is the most basic part of being humans. Yet, organizations, of which humans are the most fundamental building block, do not act humane.

    Continue reading

Learn to skate

Skatepark welcomes youth of all ages and experience levels. Whether you’ve never been on a board before, or you can already do tricks, there’s a place for you and something to learn.

Make new friends

Skateboarding is a social sport! Come hang out and meet some new friends to cheer you on while you skate. We have a strict no-bullying policy and maintain a supportive environment.

Close-up of a person riding a skateboard, focusing on their feet and the board. One foot is on the board, while the other foot is up, in motion. A skatepark is blurred in the background.

Skateboarding can teach people discipline, patience, and resiliency. It’s a great sport for kids with a lot of energy! We’ll help build up some structure and support in your life, all while you meet new people and have a ton of fun learning how to skateboard.

Visiting Coaches

Steph Harper. Buddy Sellers. Mehmet Farrow. Bob Lopez. Tammy Habich. Tye Barclay. Kaden Price. Lily Rivera. Chris Wright. Sammy Sanchez.