I have just done the iterative drawing with development and operations team I work for or I should say I host (as Mark McKergow says) :)

It was really funny, lots of laughs and we enjoyed a lot sharing this moment all together. It was funny because we are not used to draw so at the beginning people start saying out loud what they were drawing hahahahaha

Then, at the second part when we started passing what we had time to draw, was weird but people commited faster and they try to do their best.

At sum up, in general second draws were better than first and we talked about that, is a great way how to improve things working all together, it’s also a great way to understand (in this case) how others peers draw and understand what they are doing, and one said that is hard to move to a different style who started the draw prompt how will be the result. We discussed this last topic because in IT is more or less what could happens at the beginning of a project with architecturical decisions.

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Joan Díaz

Joan Díaz

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Agile, Lean, company culture, new ways of management or self-management enthusiast.