Collaboration Game

Collaboration Game

Collaboration Game

Goal of the game
The goal of the Collaboration Game is to dare to make strategic choices that have an impact on the game, individual stakeholders and interests. You then do this by carrying out various assignments from different stakeholder roles within an organisation.

Why use this business game within your company?
Want to lift your team or organisation to a higher strategic level? This business game offers insight into the way in which teams make decisions. In addition, it gives teams the opportunity to reflect on this. How do you deal with complex issues as a team? And where does this process also need improvement?

Description
The Collaboration Game is ideal for management teams and project teams that encounter issues around dynamics, strategic challenges, execution gap and also leadership styles. To be successful in the game you need to involve each other’s perspectives, make decisions together, communicate well and also prioritise together. Each participant is responsible for making decisions that then determine the collective outcome.

Downloads

Developer: David Briggs
Participants: Group(s) of 8-14 people. Groups with an even number. Unlimited number of groups.
Price per group starting: €7,500.-
Duration:
4-8 hours
Suitable for:

  • Teams
  • Management teams
  • Project teams
  • Mapping team dynamics

Supplies

Before the game, make sure to:

  • AEM-Cube® profiles of all participants;
  • Group(s) of 8-14 people;
  • Room (size additionally depends on number of participants;
  • Tables and chairs (how many depending on number of participants);
  • Time investment of about 4-8 hours.

Human Insight then ensures:

  • Supervisor(s);
  • Game material;
  • AEM-Cube profiles of the participants;
  • And also AEM-Cube team images.

What are you learning?

  • First, improved collaboration;
  • Secondly, insight into team dynamics;
  • In addition, the dynamics in complex systems;
  • And the value of cognitive diversity;
  • Also practicing strategic thinking;
  • Then decision making;
  • And teamwork;
  • Moreover, realise functional behaviours throughout the organisation;
  • Finally, the communication between departments.
Collaboration Game
Collaboration Game
Collaboration Game
Collaboration Game
Collaboration Game