Tag: gamestorming

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...

21 January 2013 / Agile & Scrum
The Key Difference of Innovation vs Business As Usual

In times of economic crisis it is important for organizations to optimize their effectiveness in order to survive. In many cases, people jump to cost optimization, only looking at their bottom line. And there is nothing wrong with that, as long as you don't forget the role of the customers and end-users. In many cases we see a natural reaction of organizations to generalize their...

18 January 2013 / Less is More
The Infinite and Fleeting Beauty of Technology Platforms

Guestblog by Antony Clay, Founder, CEO & Tummeler | Soulsailor Consulting Ltd They say that beauty is in the eye of the beholder and that is certainly the case with technology platforms. Before I continue, I would just like to take this time to make you aware that I’m writing this guest blog post in a cold, icy England and it is snowing. This is giving...

7 December 2012 / Less is More
Introducting our first Re:Think conference – Work=Play?

Wouldn’t it be great if we could all be kids again? If we could actually say that your work is just a game? That we could play all day long and get paid for it as well? Dream on. Work is serious business, and it will always remain so. But that does not mean that the concept of why a child plays should be neglected....

8 September 2012 / Engaging Workshops & Meetings
Gamestorming Retreat grows facilitation skills

Today's gamestorming retreat session took us through the facilitation of 6 different games which were played several times. Each time we took into account the learning from the previous session into a new experiment and as such grew our collaborative facilitation skills tremendously. Conclusion of the day: it is not all about the game, the right facilitation skills and understanding brings it all to another level. Here...

5 September 2012 / Engaging Workshops & Meetings
Free Retreats, our way to serve you and grow competence.

As passionate people at work, we are constantly on stage and we never take enough time to practise. Our retreats are meant for practise and sharing experiences on a regular base in order to shrink the gap between where the level of our skills are and where we want it to be. There is no pressure to actually achieve visible results or initiate change, the...