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- Sentry squirrels alarm the group to predators. That sentry is at more risk, but critical to the group. Lack of group trust for the sentry means death to the group.
- Similar for wolves. Some distract the pray while others attack directly. But they still need to be rewarded by the group for their part– with some food as well.
- In humans… and organizations…
- Notice what job descriptions say about trust.
- Effective teamwork demands trust
- Article: The Hidden Cost of Control
- Engineering ethics are not established, ill-defined, and affected by imposter syndrome, performance reviews, etc.
- Article: Happiness and the Productivity of Software Engineers
- What if we consistently told management/leadership things like “that is ultimately not good for the client, for society, for our team” etc and were listened to and trusted?
- Trust > Happiness > Better collaboration & performance