45 minutes + debrief
3 to 28 participants:
Up to 4 teams of 3-7
Staff at any level
No restrictions on the number of times you can use this game
Buy: £350 + delivery & VAT (if applicable)
Elite Facilitate: £850 + VAT for up to 28 delegates at your UK venue
This popular team cooperation problem solving business game connects different teams with each other, to understand and respect their roles and the need to share resources.
Teams take on the role of a police squad, tasked with stopping the dramatic increase in the importation and sale of illegal drugs.
The problem becomes complicated when a murder occurs during the investigation and there are a number of possible suspects, but who is the guilty one?
Most teams make the assumption that they all have the same information, but if they use effective communication skills they will realise this is not the case.
Only by sharing all the information each team member has gathered and using good planning skills can the facts be identified from the "red herrings."
Even armed with all the information the offender will only be identified by effective problem solving strategies and methodical planning and teamwork.
Effective teams will identify the offender, but inferior teams will arrest the wrong suspect!
“It is a pleasure to use the game. My clients are more than happy (and sometimes frustrated) by the end of the exercise. They all comment that they enjoyed working through it. Here are some interesting points I have noticed about running the game:
Chris Colaço - Initiate
“Very good. All the people in the team had an input and you slowly get to know them better as individuals.”
A. Whitehead – Veterinary Business Development
“Good exercise which showed interesting aspects!”
J. Bushnell – Kent Police
“An excellent game really got the teams talking and eventually working together! Such good value; I recommend this for communication training and team building.”
P. Dawson – Dawson Enterprises
“Very useful team building exercise. Enabled one to understand how others think and was a valuable lesson in listening skills.”
T. Thornton – Veterinary Business Development
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