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February 05, 2024
The theme of the fifth representative interview was communication with IT professionals, namely engineers and designers.
I usually speak to them without being conscious of it, so when I put it into words, they say, "Oh, I see.
- It seems like a lot of work for a non-professional to ask a professional, but isn't it?
Yamane: Regardless of whether it is a professional job or not, in fact, no matter what kind of job you have, you don't know the details of other jobs.
For example, let's say you make one interview article like now.
We have a writer and a photographer who work in the same place and combine them at the end to complete the project.
But the writer doesn't know what the photographer is doing in detail, and the photographer doesn't know what the writer is doing in detail.
I don't know, but it seems that writers can provide feedback to photographers, and photographers can provide feedback to writers.
In the same way, the programs and designs that engineers create are likely to be able to provide feedback even though we cannot see them, and the same is true of the designs that designers create.
So what is important when you have to give advice or instructions across different professions?
A minimum level of knowledge is required, but the rest is probably a sense of trust that allows us to share the image of the goal.
I believe the fundamental question is how to create a trusting relationship.
It may come as a surprise that trust is so important, even though we use a heap of IT.
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