Purpose of the game
The goal of the Commuter Game is to find a joint solution with a group around a complex problem. This is only possible through good cooperation and in many cases turns out to be more difficult than many people think.
Why use this business game within your company?
Solve a difficult problem and manage the associated dynamics? This business game is simple in its simplicity, but puts its finger on the sore spot. The different roles that we assume as persons and also group behaviour play an important role in this. Who's in charge? Who guides the right steps in the experimental phase? And who analyses where the problem occurs and where possible the solution? This business game exposes thinking patterns, group behaviour and also hierarchy within a team. Is the manager automatically the person with the solution? Or will the problem only be solved if everyone participates and also gives their opinion? Ideal for experiencing the impact group behaviour, human routines and, finally, diversity have on each other.
The Commuter Game is ideal for teams that encounter issues surrounding team building, team performance and also psychological safety. This business game is designed to provide insight into team dynamics and performance when teams have to perform a joint task under pressure. The business game offers an interesting look into the natural contributions and into the behaviour of different team members. Namely when they have to achieve a common goal. The group is divided and arranged on either side of the room. They have to get across by working together, observing three rules. How do you achieve your goal together under pressure and on time?
Developer: David Lewis
Participants: Group(s) of 10-14 people. Unlimited number of groups.
Price per group from: €1500,-
Duration: 4 hours
- Team building
- Team performance
- Psychological safety
What will you learn?
- Collaboration through communication;
- Insight into team dynamics and performance;
- Strategic diversity;
- Leadership styles;
- Importance of psychological safety.