Tag: engagement

27 May 2013 / Engaging Workshops & Meetings
Budget Games Kortrijk Ready, Set, Go…

In April we were happy to announce that we were supporting the City of Kortrijk to organize their own version of the Innovation Games ® – Budget Games and in the mean time lots of work has been done by City council members to prepare for this European scoop. If you do not know anything about Budget Games I would invite you to read our...

10 April 2013 / Engaging Workshops & Meetings
Innovation Games ® – Budget Games is coming to Belgium, Kortrijk!

Some of you might be familiar with the concept of  "Budget Games", from its success in San Jose. Some of you might not be, and in that case I would recommend checking out the video below in order to get some context about the subject at hand. [youtube=http://youtu.be/NRYFQzvGkAM] Motivation As an Innovation Games ® and Gamestorming fanatic, I have been quite intrigued by Luke Hohmann's quest...

30 January 2013 / Leadership & Management
How to Grow Beyond Blame and Justification

In the last couple of years a lot of people started to ask me how to get others to change and take responsibility. Most of the time these questions come from people wanting others to do things for them. Sounds familiar? Well that is exactly how it should not be done! As a member of the Leadership Gift program, and long time follower of Christopher...

28 January 2013 / Engaging Workshops & Meetings
How to Think With Little Bricks?

Guestblog by Erwin Verweij, iFacilitate.eu As a kid I used to play with Legotm. It wasn’t as diverse as it is today but I managed to build great things with a lot of imagination and the few bricks I had.  I grew up and became less interested in the stuff. Years later I had a son and he started playing with it. I got him...