“Gamestorming” (Changing the way business is played)

Resources and Tools

At Maverick Business Adventures we always work on making business breakthroughs and sessions in unusual settings and more fun! (We’ve done sessions on the side of the Colorado River, in air hangers, grass thatched huts in Baja, on Safari with breaks for elephants and more!)

Over the last few years we’ve invented and customized different business “games” to develop business strategies, ideas and interactions among members.

I was really excited when I found the book “Gamestorming” written by Dave Gray, Sunni Brown and James Macanufo. I’ve never seen a compilation of the coolest, most creative ways to get teams and individuals engaged and playing. It’s a cool little playbook and they also want to create a community of other Gamestormers beyond just the book. In fact, I just recently posted on the Gamestorming blog adding the wiki one of the games we use at Maverick called “Air Time Mastermind”. Check it out and leave a comment!

1 Comment

  1. August 15, 2010, 9:26 am

    There is a difference between work and play but the difference is really your perception. When you work you have to force yourself to do something when you play you just flow (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flow_(psychology)). Play is automatic, why can’t you turn your work into play? imagine the great things you could accomplish.
    Keep it up Gamestorming, we all need to play more.
    Josh Bulloc
    Kansas City, MO

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