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What was your best team ever? How can you describe your dream team?
In 2012, Google embarked on an initiative — code-named Project Aristotle — to study hundreds of company’s teams and figure out why some stumbled while others soared. After observing 180 teams across the company, and analyzing more than 250 attributes, the group of researchers identified psychological safety as a condition for an effective team. This presentation identifies what psychological safety is, the neurological science behind it, and its effects on people and teams. It discusses the difference between a group and a Team (with capital “T”). Together we’ll utilize the Integral Model to see how psychological safety affects all aspects of life in an organization.
Alexander (Sasha) Frumkin, Certified Team Coach, is a passionate agile coach and trainer. He has over 25 years of experience in software development, including senior management roles. Ever since discovering the Agile Manifesto in 2007, Sasha has lived and breathed agile and scrum. He believes psychological safety is a foundation for a house of scrum. Sasha partners with his clients to create a culture of brutal transparency, experimentation, and learning by doing. Currently Sasha is a principal agile coach at Bank of the West and facilitates the Agile Practitioner Online Special Interest Group.
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