Games can be contemplative. In this video, learn how your team can create a visually interesting image with a simple game.
- A really neat game that pulls in a fun visual element … is called Zoom. … This game is based on the picture books by Istvan Banyai, … that have 30 sequential pictures. … Here's how it works. … You want to count out pictures, … keeping them in the sequential order. … Provide only one picture per person, … and you want to make sure the pictures … are in a random order when you hand them out. … You then explain to the participants … that they may only examine their own picture, … and they need to keep their picture to themselves. … You first want to ask the participants … to closely study their picture, … because it contains important information … to help solve a problem. … The real challenge of the game … is for the group to sequence the pictures … in the correct order without looking … at anyone else's picture. … Participants will generally begin working together quickly, … talking to others, checking to see … whether their pictures have anything in common. … Sometimes, you'll see the strong leaders …
This course was created by Madecraft. We are pleased to host this training in our library.
- Three types of teamwork
- Promoting psychological safety
- Developing skills
- Using games to foster collaboration
- Launching the collaboration project
Skill Level Intermediate
Managing Projects with Microsoft Teamswith Heather Severino1h 36m Intermediate
Leaders: Make Your Teams More Agile, Creative, and Unitedwith Big Think27m 49s Intermediate
1. Types of Teamwork
2. Psychological Safety
3. Develop Your Skills
4. Launching the Project
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