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  • Team Responsibility Game

    Posted by Markus Wittwer on October 5th, 2014 at 12:24 pm
    Intention of the game The intention of the game is to experience sharing responsibility for a common purpose discover unhealthy team dynamics and reflect and think about better ways to work together. I use the game as a start into a longer retrospective in which I lik...
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  • Ball Flow Game

    Posted by Karl Scotland on May 6th, 2014 at 6:00 am
    Timing: 1 hour Overview: The Ball Flow Game is a variation of the Ball Point Game, where the aim is for a team to process 20 balls as quickly as possible (as opposed to complete as many in 2 minutes), with the following rules: Participants play as a whole team (everyon...
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  • Moodgraph

    Posted by tc@tc.dk on July 4th, 2013 at 1:28 am
    Useful game to do, at the start of a project retrospective. Helps people remember more of what happened, over the project timeline, not just the last few weeks. Good to do before games like Circles and Soup....
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  • Video Reframing

    Posted by Geoff Watts on October 23rd, 2012 at 10:18 am
    This exercise was co-created as part of a collaboration day between myself and Paul Goddard Timing: 30-45 minutes Materials: Thought-provoking video and the AV equipment to play it to the team Instructions: The idea of this “game” is to play the team a short...
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  • The Sprint Limerick

    Posted by Geoff Watts on October 23rd, 2012 at 10:09 am
    This exercise was co-created as part of a collaboration day between myself and Paul Goddard Timing: 30-45 minutes Materials: None Instructions: Ask the team to create a limerick to sum up the Sprint or perhaps even team values A limerick has 5 lines with a specific rhyt...
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  • Online Plus/Delta Game

    Posted by Luke Hohmann on June 28th, 2011 at 3:04 pm
    This productive game turns negative comments into valuable information, and allows you to learn from the past in order to understand what can be improved for the future. Whether concluding a conference or analyzing the aspects of a product, this strategy is effective fo...
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