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Game Theory and its application in our organisations

At The Open Channel we are open to new technologies and ways of communicating and learning. The Gametrainers web site is a good practical resource for trainers and facilitators and also a catalyst for creative thinking for all learning and development practitioners.

Most people are more creative when they are having fun, and all organisations need creative thinking to support positive change. Team meetings for example can be (but aren’t always) boring, repetitive and stifling. There are though some practical and productive ways to generate deeper engagement and new ideas. How about:

  • Hold the front page
  • Ideas tennis
  • Resource Auction
  • Information mining
  • Plane Speaking
  • Homepage Hotspots
  • Balloon Debate
  • Solutions Cycle

Can you afford NOT to try these innovative and playful methods to generate insights, ideas and progress?

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Steve Lorraine