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The Innovation Game

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3 - 3.5 Hours

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10 - 200

Innovation? What is that really? Innovation in the workplace has become a bit of a buzzword. Everyone is talking about it, but how should we actually approach it and integrate it within the company? What works and what doesn’t?

Perhaps science can shed some light on this. The Innovation Game was developed to translate scientific knowledge about innovation into practice in an efficient and fun way. The different teams try to make their own fictitious company as innovative and successful as possible. When making the right decisions, innovation points are earned. With these points, the teams can expand their business. You name it. How about a gym at work, a power nap room or even a jacuzzi? It’s all possible. Who will be able to build the most innovative company? The team that has earned the most points during the Innovation Game wins and receives a surprise.

After the game, we will hold a short debriefing and reflect on their own company or workplace and they will receive a clear handout with the highlights of the game.

In short, quality insights on innovation, inspiration and entertainment, all in one game.

Why choose The Innovation Game as business game?

Companies opting for the Innovation Game as a business game are usually looking for an interactive way to gain knowledge and, in this case, about innovation and its scientific background.

Moreover, this team building can end with a debriefing on the innovation aspect within your team and/or company.

Did you know....

Moodmaker also continues to play the card of innovation? We are constantly looking to develop innovative team activities to, on the one hand, move you forward as a company in the search for a solution to certain challenges, and on the other hand, it is a way to continue to grow as a company and as individuals ourselves.



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