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About Industrial Logic

Industrial Logic provides training, coaching, and engineering services such as technical, assessment and collaboration that helps software industries to accelerate product discovery and delivery. It is based in Berkeley, California.

Headquarters Location

829 Bancroft Way

Berkeley, California, 94710,

United States

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Latest Industrial Logic News

Balanced Teams Clear – Young Upstart

Jan 25, 2023

- Advertisement - Joshua Kerievsky, Founder and CEO of Industrial Logic and author of “Refactoring to Patterns” and “The Joy of Agility” - Advertisement - You can follow conventional wisdom about running successful meetings by keeping them short, with a clear agenda and minimal distractions. But if people don’t feel safe contributing their ideas, you won’t benefit from their intelligence and creativity. Patrick Lencioni, author of many great books including “The Five Dysfunctions of a Team,” once tweeted this: “If anyone presented me with one piece of evidence to assess the health of an organization, I would choose the executive team.” Would like to have a look.” a meeting.” - Advertisement - In “Smarter Faster Better,” Charles Duhigg describes Project Aristotle, Google’s two-year study to identify common traits of its most productive teams. Did the best teams have the right mix of people? Did they play together after work? Did they have similar hobbies or similar educational backgrounds? None of their observations coincide with a common denominator. Then they came across the work of Amy Edmondson of Harvard, whose 1999 study proposed that psychological safety was essential for high-performing teams. When Google researchers began looking for psychological safety on their most effective teams, they finally found an invaluable common denominator. Have you or any co-workers been silent during meetings with others? People who don’t speak up during meetings may feel like they aren’t being heard or can’t get a word out because others are dominating the discussion. Or they may be afraid to say something that might make them appear ignorant. After reading about Google’s search, my company’s meetings changed. We became more aware of who was not speaking up and created space for them to speak up. In addition, we made a point of being active listeners – regularly repeating or reviewing what people said so that they felt they had heard. During a virtual meeting, a person in one of our remote offices didn’t say a word. Meanwhile someone else was talking a lot! During a brief pause in the discussion, I asked if our colleague in the remote office had anything to say. “Thanks, Josh!” He replied immediately. “I was trying to jump into this discussion but was having a hard time doing so.” Thereafter he contributed some valuable ideas. Experiences like these helped us validate Google’s findings. Our meetings quickly became more balanced as we all tried to make sure people had roughly equal amount of time to speak and encouraged them to do so. We also worked together to define five key tips for psychologically safe meetings derived from Google’s findings and the writings of Charles Duhigg. We organized these tips into a concise form and asked each other, “Can we agree to be candid?” Be curious, caring and open-minded Listen to each other Encourage everyone to contribute Avoid dominating or interrupting Repeat and review what people say The above tips work wonders for taking advantage of human creativity and intelligence. They also help us find greater balance and grace. *Excerpted from “The Joy of Agility: How to Solve Problems and Succeed Sooner” by Joshua Kerievsky, copyright © 2023. BenBella Books, Inc. Reprinted by permission of Matt Holt Books, an imprint of. All rights reserved. Joshua Kerievsky is the Founder and CEO of Industrial Logic, one of the world’s oldest agile consultancies. Since 1996, Joshua and his global team of experts have helped people across multiple industries take advantage of modern management and development methods. Joshua is an international speaker, and author of the bestselling and award-winning book “Refactoring to Patterns”, as well as his upcoming book, “The Joy of Agility”.

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