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Victoria Vallstrom
Bit Curious
Welcome to Bitcurious. A podcast about us, humans, working and creating things together My hypothesis is that understanding basic concepts of us humans can improve how we work and create things together. Explore the fundamentals forgotten or hidden in systems or buzz words This curiosity launches me onto a quest to understand concepts underlying assertions and science. I find, read, and digest the science on the topic to help me make better sense of the world I share these findings hoping those answers can also help you If you r like me, a curious bit, come along on this quest for answers
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I love this podcast, it is full of important and relevant information, and is immensely helpful for me.
AerialBath via Apple Podcasts · Sweden · 05/05/21
Recent Episodes
In this episode, we will talk about the concept and Science of Perfectionism While there is scientific consensus that perfectionism leads to negative consequences, there has been a longstanding debate within perfectionism research if there are any positive aspects of perfectionism. At what...
Published 06/23/21
In this episode, we will talk about the concept of Autonomy-Supportive Organizations. An autonomy-supportive organization is an organization that fulfills its members’ autonomy needs. When we perceive that we are free to perform our work in our own way within an autonomy-supportive context, we...
Published 06/02/21
This is a Bonus Episode, that goes along with E5: Science of Autonomy It is not only modern software development organizations that spent many cycles on the concept of autonomy.  Autonomy is a topic that has engaged us, humans, for thousands of years, in philosophy, ethics, science, politics,...
Published 05/19/21
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