An online team building activity that invites delegates to generate brilliant new ideas together in a creative remote environment.
Delegates are split into virtual teams and must come together to create new innovative ideas. Working with the playing cards they are dealt, teams brainstorm and innovate together on a video conferencing platform. They must give a 30-second elevator pitch on their chosen idea, whether it is a smart object, a service or a tool. Delegates must then decide on their teams strongest innovation and work together to bring that idea to life. One team member will then deliver their 60-second master pitch to their fellow colleagues in the Final Investor Pitching Stage. The votes will be cast and the winning team will be announced.
“Global Innovation Game brings everything back to basics.”
Delegates are openly talking, innovating and creating ideas. GIG is a fun and rewarding team bonding exercise that encourages creativity and rewards those who are most innovative. Played through a video conferencing software, Global Innovation Game brings delegates together regardless of geographical limitations.
Global Innovation Game is proven to be an effective tool for exploring effective communication and conflict resolution in a fun way that engages all participants and stimulates real-life scenarios for later reflection.
How we like to innovate is shaped by many things – the organisational culture we belong to, the appetite for new products in the market place, our personality type and much more. Research has proved that there are clear links between Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) and our approach to innovation. In particular, our MBTI personality type influences how we participate in the innovation process and the categories of ideas we are naturally attracted to including the ideas that accept and those that we readily dismiss.
Knowing about MBTI has helped teams navigate the innovation process more effectively and successfully generate and implement more ideas.
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