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Retrofitting Meetings for Psychological Safety

@article{Constantinides2021RetrofittingMF,
  title={Retrofitting Meetings for Psychological Safety},
  author={Marios Constantinides and Sagar Joglekar and Daniele Quercia},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2021},
  volume={abs/2109.12976}
}
Meetings are the fuel of organizations’ productivity. At times, however, they are perceived as wasteful vaccums that deplete employee morale and productivity. Current meeting tools, to a great extent, have simplified and augmented the ways meetings are conducted by enabling participants to “get things done” and experience a comfortable physical environment. However, an important yet less explored element of these tools’ design space is that of psychological safety—the extent to which… Expand

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