Our virtual team buildings range from pure fun to brain-teasing challenges in the form of puzzles, riddles, (photo and video) assignments and are usually played in teams of 5 to 6 people.
Building with domino stones requires the creativity, communication competences, concentration and collaboration of the participants and embodies perfectly the risks, pressure and stress when working in large groups and/or projects.
The workshop also perfectly stimulates the learning process focused on experience. Moreover it's just fun and exciting. To build stone by stone, to reach a common goal needs the effort of everyone to make this succeed. Just one wrongly placed stone can mean the end of the project.
The participants are divided into teams. Each team designs an own project, builds a part of the final project and makes sure that it's safely connected to the other and final project. Inside the teams it's necessary to delegate the different tasks: leader, designer, constructor, safety coordinator, integrator, .. The participants should design something which is related to the theme of the day and they need to take into account: time, space and the number of domino stones.
Each team is also assigned to have one special effect in their project. The teams can get some inspiration on the Internet. The more complex their design is, the more time they need to test, to finetune and to make sure everyone completes his or her tasks.
When all the projects are completed they are connected to each other. One person has the honour to start the domino finale, which of course will be filmed: once the first stone falls down, then the entire domino train has to fall down without any interference. A deafening applause arouses to celebrate that (almost) all the stones fell down!!!!
It's time to have a close look at the projects and to let the teams explain their design. The music starts playing and in no time everyone collaborates and tidies up all the used materials.
This workshop can be combined with a lunch and/or diner before or after the workshop.