All problem solving processes start with identifying the problem.
All problem solving processes start with identifying the problem.Next, the team must assess potential courses of action and choose the best way to tackle the problem.
Decision-making activities help your team practice making quick, effective choices. over a balcony) and see whose carrier protects the egg from breaking. If multiple eggs survive, keep increasing the height until only one egg is left.
The doors are locked, and knocking down the doors or breaking the windows is not an option. Select an overseer who isn't on a team to build a random structure using Lego building blocks within 10 minutes. The other teams must replicate the structure exactly (including size and color) within 15 minutes.
Give your team 30 minutes to decide on 10 items in the office they need for survival and rank them in order of importance. However, only one member from each group may look at the original structure.
Working on communication skills while your team is together will help them better solve problems when they’re apart.
What You’ll Need: Here's the setting: Your team has been stranded in the office.