Dana Pylayeva is an international speaker (50 conferences in 15 countries), trainer, experienced remote facilitator, author of several publications and agile games, including “DevOps with Lego and Chocolate”, “Fear in the Workplace” and “Safety in the Workplace”. She draws her inspiration from the 20+ years of hands-on experience in IT, Business Agility/ DevOps culture coaching, working with international clients and facilitating change in Fortune 500 companies. Dana is a certified Training from the Back of the Room trainer, Open Space facilitator, CSM, CSP, CSPO, and Certified LeSS Practitioner. Dana is the founder of the Big Apple Scrum Day conference in NYC, a leader of NYC Liberating Structures community, and a program chair of Agile2020 conference with Agile Alliance.
Psychological safety has been a hot topic at Agile conferences and meetups ever since Google published the results of their Project Aristotle. DevOps practitioners have known for a while about the third principle underpinning DevOps – Culture of Continual Experimentation and Learning.
What do you think? Is there a chance that the Third Way of DevOps and the Psychological safety might be related?