A mindfulness exercise that helps us to take the stance of not-knowing and to recognize how quickly we let ourselves be guided by our first impression. With this bias we often miss the chance to explore alternatives and thus leave even much better solutions uncovered.
Drowning in Dependencies? Try a new Dependency Game!
Find a golden path to delivering maximum business value by benefiting from collaboration vs. getting stuck in dependencies. This new game will help your organization learn the dynamic and importance of dependency management in a fun and impactful way!
Acts of Leadersheep
Summary share personal stories of your leadership experiences, inspire your team and help each other to move closer together Exercise Goal exchange experiences, reflect, give and receive feedback, and train acts of leadership How many players? 6 – 20 people, e.g. Agile team, leadership team, leadership training group. Duration 1 – 2 hours Instructions Material & Preparation Act-of-Leadersheep-Cards Get your card deck (*soon to come*)…
Tower defence retrospective
Tower defence is a group of games, where enemies wave by wave attack your home trying to destroy it. To defend it, you place towers that shoot near enemies. Usually there are multiple types of towers and multiple types of enemies – each enemy is vulnerable to a specific type of tower. You need to plan towers carefully and mix tower types, to be able…
The Stoneage Team Game
A Team simulation that shows playfully, what kind of communication and mode of operations help to build better products.