Management games

This range of management games can be used to achieve specific outcomes or to fill a slot in a conference or workshop.

Prisoners' Dilemma
Prisoners' Dilemma

The Prisoners' Dilemma is a well known trust game which helps teams to understand about working together for a win-win outcome. It isolates the components of trust and demonstrates the concept of win-win to bring greater understanding of the processes involved in building, maintaining, losing and regaining trust. It also provides an insight into positional and principled negotiation...

  • Richard Winfield
  • Adobe Acrobat PDF
  • 7.50
Space Ship Shortlist
Space Ship Shortlist

This game can be used to teach decision making or negotiation skills, or to investigate attitudes to diversity and challenge stereotypes. It has been designed to alert participants to the danger of allowing prejudice and emotion to get into the way of negotiating a logical decision. It can be played at several levels of emotional involvement...

  • Richard Winfield
  • Adobe Acrobat PDF
  • 4.99
Hollow Square
Hollow Square

This game can be used to help teams understand the impact of communication between those who develop plans and those who have to implement them. It also highlights helpful and not so helpful behaviours when planning, assigning or completing tasks. Teams that regularly work on problem solving will find the game useful for alerting them to factors that encourage or restrict effectiveness. It can be played at several levels of complexity ...

  • Andrew Halfacre
  • Adobe Acrobat PDF
  • 25.00
Rigger Game Pack - a team construction game
Rigger Game Pack - a team construction game

This game can be used to help teams understand skills, behaviours and techniques that work in a high pressure situation. It aids communication and learning about managing practical problems. It is particularly useful for drawing out the differences between managing a project and managing routine work. Rigger can be played at several levels of complexity and the game pack suggests many variations you could use.

  • Andrew Halfacre
  • Adobe Acrobat PDF
  • 25.00

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