In previous articles we discussed how to create good questions about a location and what types of team tasks add engagement between people. This time the topic is how to represent facts about the company in a fun and creative way.
Let’s be honest- nobody wants to go through boring corporate facts and numbers. And people have a short attention span.The game itself is not just a fun experience but also if constructed properly, a micro-learning tool. In a good game information bits served in appropriate settings and context are remembered and discussed. You as a game maker have to discipline yourself to include the most important part of the info you want to deliver.
When making a game,you often need to include facts about the company, an agenda of the event or workshop learnings. Something that later on while looking at the results and answers people have given, will be an important indicator of the success in delivering the needed content.
While facts being the most important, they are also the most difficult to compose questions about. Below are some thoughts how to make players think along and pay attention.
It doesn’t have to be complicated. Adding and multiplying something will do the trick. Even cooler, if you use something that encourages participants to learn about other people and interact in a real life.
How much the growth in % in sales is Amazingcorp.ltd expecting for the next year, if compared to 2016?
It means you add something that is not actually included in the true facts set . “Odd one” can be even strikingly different or absurd to add fun.
Which of the following topics is NOT in any of today’s presentations?
a) Innovations in analytic tools
b) How to measure ROI from social media?
c) Effective catering management apps
d) Elephant training basics
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