Quality of Interaction Game

Quality of Interaction Game

Quality of Interaction Game

Goal of the game
The goal of the Quality of Interaction Game is to map certain behaviours and also routines within a team or organisation. To then determine whether these performances stand in the way or need improvement.

Why use this business game within your company?
The culture within a company is often influenced by the behaviour of people. First, the Quality of Interaction Game analyses the state of an organisation. This is done on the basis of the Qi Index questionnaire that the employees complete. It also analyses the emotions experienced in the workplace. Finally, analyses the behaviour that is displayed within the organisation. Moreover, these elements provide insight into the cognitive diversity and also into the psychological safety of an organisation. The results are then used as input for the business game. Namely to guide a team in the desired behavioural change.

The Quality of Interaction Game is ideal for teams facing a change journey. Also for teams that feel that they can get more out of the organisation. Based on this business game, a team or organisation then gains insight into where it can develop. In addition, a team also gains insight into where the bottlenecks lie. Moreover, a team gains insight into why these bottlenecks exist.


Developer: Nicolas Smoolenaars
Participants: At least 1 group of 5-12 people.
Price per group from: €1500,-
4 hours
Suitable for:

  • Teams
  • Management teams
  • Project teams


Before the game, make sure to:

  • Quality of Interaction questionnaire (current environmental analysis);
  • And a Quality of Interaction management report;
  • Miro online software;
  • Quality of Interaction training package (materials for guidance);
  • Beamer;
  • And an inspiring location to work in (for offline sessions).

Human Insight ensures:

  • Supervisor(s);
  • And Quality of Interaction data.

What are you learning?

  • Firstly, insight into system dynamics and also team dynamics;
  • Secondly, consensus in team about the areas for improvement;
  • In addition, insight into strategic objectives of the organisation;
  • Finally, desired behaviour of employees to get there.
Quality of Interaction Game
Quality of Interaction Game
Quality of Interaction Game
Quality of Interaction Game
Quality of Interaction Game