Ravs Kaur joined the Greater Than Code podcast this week. She talks about her greatest super power of learning, celebrating failure, and how she recommends we answer the question “is work getting done” during this pandemic. Give it a listen!
ABOUT THIS EPISODE
02:30 – Rav’s Superpower: Learning to Learn
- Success and Failure
- Creating Environments Where It’s Safe to Fail
- Exploring Ideas and Collecting Datapoints
- Celebrating Feedback Cycles and Experiments
07:12 – Failing Fast – Getting Early Feedback Along the Way
- Getting Over the “Being Polished” Hump
- Learning for Self-Fulfilment
17:02 – Empathy as a Life Skill
- Empathy is Necessary to Learn Through Failure
26:40 – Uplevel: Empowering Engineers to do Their Best Work
31:49 – Productivity and Judgement Value
- The Effect the Pandemic Has Had ^
- Capturing Interruptions and Mitigating Responses
- The “is work happening?” panic and fear and the worry “is innovation at the same level?”
- The Ecology of Human Performance: A Framework for Considering the Effect of Context
41:42 – Using Data to Measure Well-Being and/or Engagement
- Process Tracing
- Why use ambient data?
Rein: 1) We need to take human performance necessary. 2) Steven Shorrock’s Model of Change.
Jacob: Thinking more about ambient data.
Jamey: Failing fast.
Ravs: How do you know if you’ve built a great product if you don’t have a way to measure what people are clicking on and/or trying to find?