That’s how it’s done
After a warm-up and a brief explanation, teams are split into smaller groups. The goal of the teams is to build a cross-location chain reaction, of which we take a video. For this goal, each participant builds a “domino day” reaction in the living room with things they find at home (like books, tennis balls, or toys from the kids). Most importantly is that the reactions of the participants are logically linked. For example, one participant’s reaction ends with a toilet paper roll rolling through the screen from left to right, which is also the start for the next participant. It amazes us every time how creative the participants are and what utensils are found at home and integrated into the chain reaction. The final results of the constructions are then presented at the grand finale.
What you need for this
To participate, your teammates require a laptop/computer, a webcam, a microphone, and of course a stable internet connection. Even if there is the possibility to join using a tablet or mobile device, it is not recommended as we are limited by function.
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Fun and Team training at the same time
Effective team training and fun at the same time
This game encourages fun and trains team attributes at the same time. The activity is exciting all the way through, as we are constantly adapting the requirements. This means that the teams have to make difficult decisions, for example, what to focus on and which solutions to implement. In the process of the game, the requirements for the chain reactions are also valued in the form of points and reflect – analogously to everyday working life – the customer’s needs. Meeting these requirements in an agile manner earns the most points and leads to victory.
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