In this video, we discuss how nice behavior is often a signal, not an indicator of genuine goodness.
Many nice people are driven by social incentives and the desire for social belonging.
However, being good means doing what’s best for the team and the product, even if it’s not the popular or “nice” thing to do.
I will provide an example of how the Trolley Problem test can apply to a Scrum Product Owner, and why making difficult decisions that prioritize the team’s goals over personal relationships or social incentives is crucial.
We also discuss how a strong sense of ethics and commitment to the team’s mission can help build trust and collaboration within the team.
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