Beehive Game

Beehive Game

Beehive Game

Goal of the game
The goal of the Beehive Game is to challenge group dynamics between different business units. To then intervene and improve where necessary.

Why use this business game within your company?
How do you get different teams like sales, marketing and finance together to talk about collaboration challenges? This business game uses a methodology in which the different teams name the behaviour within the current environment. In addition, they indicate what they would like to see in the desired situation. They then indicate how this can be achieved. A particularly good method to show underperforming teams where things are going well and what’s not. To then provide insight into what is needed for better collaboration with direct colleagues.

Description
The Beehive Game has been specially developed for interdepartmental teams that work together, but whose cooperation is sub-optimal.
This business game helps to map out the behaviours that stand in the way of performance between both teams. Then convert these behaviours into adequate actions and also behavioural change. This is done by using ACT-Cube® data and also group facilitation activities. Ideal for making teams perform better. And also ideal for gaining insight into performance killers and also performance winners.

Downloads

DeveloperPeter Robertson
Participants: 2 groups of 5-12 people.
Price per group from: €1,500.-
Duration:
4 hours
Suitable for:

  • Teams
  • Departments
  • Consistentie

Supplies

Before the game, make sure to:

  • ACT-Cube profiles;
  • Two groups;
  • Room with long tables (size also depends on the number of participants);
  • Also flip charts;
  • And a time investment of 4 hours.

Human Insight then ensures:

  • Supervisor(s);
  • Game material;
  • And ACT-Cube team images.

What are you learning?

  • First, improved collaboration between business units;
  • Secondly, insight into behaviour and also insight into habits;
  • In addition, reflection on consistency within business units and also between business units;
  • Finally, action-oriented follow-up steps to subsequently improve communication between departments.
Beehive Game
Beehive Game
Beehive Game
Beehive Game
Beehive Game