tl;dr: A Value Oasis is when a team's values misalign with the org's. This can be "messy," especially when the team's leader - who created the Oasis - is no longer present. An effective leader can use the "model, document and share” method to effect wider change within the organization.
tl;dr: There is an underlying tension between ego and mastering a task at hand. By removing the ego, putting the "task at the center" with a "beginner's mind," there is better focus. It's also taught Jose to love, not fear, the problem solving process.
tl;dr: Failures are valuable to teams if looked on the right way. They can allow for "blameless retrospectives, more psychological safety for all and a quicker adoption of best practices through sharing experience."
tl;dr: "The turning point was when they changed how the ranking system on the trending page worked." Jared explains why, and considers an opportunity for "social network-like features" on GitHub like a NewsFeed or project chat.