Public DevOps Simulation: The Phoenix Project Game, September 2017

Posted by Gedi Kalinauskas on Wed, Sep 27, 2017 @ 13:09 PM

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At the beginning of September, we had a taster day for The Phoenix Project Game in London - it gave a group of people an understanding of how the game works and the kind of expectations they should have when running the game in their own teams. Feel like you've missed out? Don't worry - we have another one coming up in October; register for it using this link, hurry - spaces are limited!

To read Helen Beal's in depth blog about the day please, use this link

Below, you'll find further comments from the games's players: 

Simon Berry, from Freshfields:

               “Interesting session, clever how the game is organised. It was clear to see how disorganised everyone was through the 4th round, which had a plan, more structure & organisation.”

David Bodle, from FCA:

               “At the beginning of the simulation it was hard to know where to start and how to work as a group…. As the day went on you could see more and more teamwork in the room. The game strongly demonstrates how important collaboration, work ownership and being able to hear others talk/shout is.”

Shane Poole from Ordnance Survey:

“I personally thought it was a great exercise and it helped me to reinforce/remind me of things I already knew as well as giving me some new things to think about.”

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Topics: DevOps, The Phoenix Project Game, digital transformation, Business metrics, business simulation