The Phoenix Project Game

Let’s play!

In 1 day our Training Heroes will get your team familiarised with the following topics:


  1. Visualising the workflow
  2. The power of knowledge transfer
  3. The value of automating
  4. The power of a focused, multidisciplinary team


The game is played with 9-12 participants and includes 4 rounds. Each round the participants are given an assignment, which they must perform themselves together. This creates a lot of chaos and hectic scenes but as the game continues, the team experiences the power that they have together. After each round there is namely room for (self) reflection, which also provides handles for the next round. This game increases the awareness within your team: the players will experience that with the right mindset, they can be very successful together.

The game of course will be adjusted to the wishes of your organisation. The rules do not change but we transfer the focus. For example to DevOps, or maybe even to Test Automation.

The winner of The Phoenix Project Game is already known in advance: your organisation!


Do you need a DevOps Engineer?

Are you facing a challenge in terms of Development or Operations? Or maybe in both fields, or does your challenge have a more cultural nature?
Great! We like to take on this challenge together with you. We can probably help you but we are not sure how yet.

So let us sit down together and have a nice cup of coffee. Then you can give us a clear picture of your situation. After that we will review which of our options are of interest to you!

S0L1D warning
February 12, 2018 DevOps according to S0L1D Heroes

Before we barge in by telling you what DevOps entails according to S0L1D Heroes, we take you back to the creation of DevOps and the name DevOps. Even most DevOps Engineers or DevOps coaches do not know the original story. But you will after this ;-)

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March 12, 2018 This is how you create the foundation for a High Performing team

High Performing team, this terms is appearing more and more often. The phenomenon has been around a lot longer because a High Performing team actually entails a team that is really effective. A team that is there for each other, through thick and thin. A team that is continuously improving itself.

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