Anonymous figured out what it took Google years to

Discussion in 'Anonymous News' started by Jeff Jacobsen, Jul 20, 2016.

  1. Jeff Jacobsen Member

    "Most of all, employees had talked about how various teams felt. ‘‘And that made a lot of sense to me, maybe because of my experiences at Yale,’’ Rozovsky said. ‘‘I’d been on some teams that left me feeling totally exhausted and others where I got so much energy from the group.’’ Rozovsky’s study group at Yale was draining because the norms — the fights over leadership, the tendency to critique — put her on guard. Whereas the norms of her case-competition team — enthusiasm for one another’s ideas, joking around and having fun — allowed everyone to feel relaxed and energized.
    For Project Aristotle, research on psychological safety pointed to particular norms that are vital to success. There were other behaviors that seemed important as well — like making sure teams had clear goals and creating a culture of dependability. But Google’s data indicated that psychological safety, more than anything else, was critical to making a team work."
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  2. Disambiguation Global Moderator

    Why do spammers like this thread? Any guesses?
  3. The Internet Member

    OP, the bit you quoted sounds like a hugbox, which traditionally Anonymous no wants.
  4. HIVEMIND Alert....:eek:
  5. Jeff Jacobsen Member

    But I think the idea that people can all have input, and nobody is better than anybody else (we're all faggots, right?) goes with Anonymous. You don't have to be huggy to have a nice free-for-all discussion.
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  6. Wow. And I thought I could say some stupid things...

    Did it for the lulz:D
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  8. Disambiguation Global Moderator


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  9. aria danis Member

    Hi. How do i begin a new post. The only way I can discuss is to do a reply, but how do I begin a new conversation. thanks

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