VISUAL WOW TEAM
VISUAL SUPPORT OF STUART MITCHELL, SENIOR AGILE COACH & FACILITATOR AT THE
SCRUM TRAINING EVENT, SYDNEY AUSTRALIA.

Making
Agile
Visual with Graphic Recording

Agile Coach & leader, Stu Mitchell held a 2 day Scrum Agile training for senior business leaders in Sydney. Visual WOW was invited to listen and visually record the event. August 2016.
Visual aids: a tool of learning
"The posters made a unique spacial representation, that was used for reflection and review by the participants."
As far as passionate agile trainers, it is hard to go past Stu Mitchell. His knowledge and experience was shared in a 2 day Agile training event. The format, PowerPoint slides, an energetic delivery and plenty of activities.

Our 'visual map' harvested the ideas and concepts out of the conversation and gave additional meaning beyond the PowerPoint slides alone.


Why visualization is important:
  • People learn through different modes. Visual learning can support text and auditory to improve learning.
  • It's easier to discuss complex concepts with the participants when you draw it out. Visualization helps to unite opinions. Once thoughts become clear, it becomes easier to work together with them.
  • Visuals make complex data more accessible, understandable, and usable.
  • Your insights and information lives on after you close your laptop and your workshop participants leave the room.
The graphic recording process made an impression, progressively filling 6 meters of wall space with visual insights.
After the training was finished, the posters were displayed back in the office as a reminder of the 2 great days the team spent together.
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