Of Learning, Play and Owning Your System

Of Learning, Play and Owning Your System 22 Sep 2016 Annelies De Meyere I recently attended some events where talks on different subjects brought the audience to specific puzzle pieces of understanding on how complex adaptive systems perform best, especially taking into consideration the human factor. The first talk was at an event hosted by Lego®, … Continue reading

The Winning Circle: The Making of

The Winning Circle: The Making of 31 Aug 2016 Johan Tré Engaging Workshops & MeetingsInnovation Games & GamestormingWork is Play Elegant experiment In a previous article, I’ve talked about an elegant experiment from 1962 we’ve re-done. At the moment of writing this article, we’ve completed 2 dry runs:  One with a small group of students, … Continue reading

The Winning Circle: The Game

The Winning Circle: The Game 24 Aug 2016 Johan Tré Engaging Workshops & MeetingsInnovation Games & GamestormingLeadership & ManagementWork is Play Interesting Experiment Lately I discovered an interesting experiment described in a book about transparency by Warren Bennis.  It was not that much in detail, but the references -as in all good reads- were well mentioned. The … Continue reading

3D Speed Boat Retrospective game

3D Speed Boat Retrospective game 8 Jun 2016 Sven Cipido Innovation Games & Gamestorming During the retrospective we can use different techniques to identify improvements for teams.  Speed Boat is one of the “Innovation games“ like Product Box, Remember the Future or Buy a Feature, … It is an ideal game for conducting a retrospective. … Continue reading

How to find your ikigai

How to find your ikigai 26 May 2016 Jurgen De Smet Engaging Workshops & MeetingsLeadership & Management Ikigai is a Japanese concept meaning “a reason for being“. Everyone, according to the Japanese, has an ikigai. Finding it requires a deep and often lengthy search of self. Such a search is regarded as being very important, since it is believed … Continue reading