Oh My

I think I'm going to buy Luke Hohmann's book. Here's an excerpt from an interview with him:

"One of the exercises I like to do as a consultant is to give everyone on the project a blank, 8.5x11 piece of paper and ask them to draw their architecture. I find that the members of a cohesive team will each draw a similar architecture, and the members of a dysfunctional team will draw wildly different architectures."

Here's the link for the quote, although it begins here.

I can think of a few projects where I'd love to time travel back and present this exercise. :-)