September 23, 2015

The Grassroot Challenge

The Grassroots Challenge Experience | Interactive Business game

  • Bean around the world

It’s the perfect morning pick-me-up, now see how coffee can give your team a fresh energy boost that lasts.

With the emergence of coffee shops on every street and around every corner, consumers have never had so much choice – and competition
has never been so fierce. Coffee has become as central to a person’s morning routine as brushing their teeth.

With that in mind, Bean Around The World offers an excellent opportunity to taste the demands of success in an international market. Teams will learn that getting ahead in such a lively, worldwide business takes a very high level of market intelligence, customer service and lightning-quick
reactions in order to be able to keep up with ever changing consumer trends.

Teams play the part of coffee traders and must provide the supply chain from producer to outlet to consumer. The game’s competitive environment hones teams’ Youphoria Outbound & Adventure on important issues such as operating smoothly within a complex supply chain, the power of good information, risk management, win-win negotiation and the potential sacrifice of long-term strategy for short-term success – and vice versa.
Bean around the World is the ideal stimulant for any conference program. It’s dynamic environment is sure to energies participants and generate fresh approaches and ideas. A review and analysis session concludes this welcome break from the regular grind; one which will have teams feeling completely reinvigorated.

Key Business Benefits

  • Customer Relationship Management
  • Team Dynamics
  • Budget control
  • Networking
  • Cross functional co-operation
  • Risk management
  • Uniting Teams
  • Practical leadership
  • Managing change
  • Negotiation skills
  • Fun & Motivation

 

  • Track winds (Pirates of the Caribbean)

Hoist the Jolly Roger and prepare for an ideal icebreaker. 

This challenge will bring a group together and teach the value of information gathering and teamwork.

Take to the high seas for this pirate-themed challenge. Trade Winds is a highly-interactive and fun activity which challenges each delegate’s communication, networking and negotiation skills.

The event transports teams back in time; to 17th Century Port Royal, Jamaica. Each team plays the part of the crew on a pirate ship which comes ashore with just a few possessions and some valuable information. By trading these possessions and using their information, teams can build relationships with other pirates and dealers within the town. Opportunities abound for the shrewd and clever, though ruin is never far with such dangerous folk around.

Following an initial short briefing, the town comes alive with deals and trades. The adventure has begun. Teams must not only be ruthless to succeed, but also creative in their problem-solving and planning. The ultimate goal of each group is to be the richest pirates in town.

Trade Winds is a fun and rewarding team-building networking activity. Hats, eye patches, parrots on shoulders, music and other pirate paraphernalia help bring the experience to life. Room-theme and even some Caribbean food complete the
pirate atmosphere and make this an event which will live long in the memory of each participant.

Key Business Benefits

  • Customer Relationship Management
  • Team Dynamics
  • Networking
  • Risk management
  • Uniting Teams
  • Managing change
  • Negotiation skills
  • Fun & Motivation

 

  • Making the news

Here’s a scoop: a couple of hours creating front-page news can help evaluate your participants’ understanding of important conference values.

Making The News introduces your participants to the fast-paced world of newspaper publishing for a team-building experience that’s hot off the presses.

The challenge facing each team sounds simple; they must create the front page of a newspaper reporting on the day’s conference events. Just like a professional news team, very member should be the part of team; they must identify the big stories and, following cryptic leads, find the vital information that will break them wide open. The teams will also need to send reporters into the streets to track down subjects for interviews and capture the perfect award-winning photograph based on supplied criteria.

Each team’s creativity is brought into play as, in addition to writing a number of articles, they must name their newspaper, design an advertisement, write a ‘business forecast’ and even create a cartoon.

Making The News allows participants to demonstrate their understanding of the conference messages as well as providing a platform to express their own views, opinions and suggestions relating to the business.

Each team’s front page is printed large-scale and put on display for the whole group to see. Upon completion of the challenge, these can serve as a valuable feedback mechanism in illustrating how effectively key messages have been interpreted and understood.

Key Business Benefits

  • Corporate Responsibility
  • Time management
  • Strategy Communication
  • Cross functional co-operation
  • Brand Awareness
  • Visualizing The Future
  • Stimulating Creativity

 

  • River runner

A themed indoor business game where each team acts as a rafting company facing the challenge of leading a commercial ‘first descent’ down one of the world’s great rivers.

River Runner takes the thrill of white water rafting and brings all the aspects of running a river adventure company into a fun and challenging indoor business game.

Each team works as a rafting company that has to mount a commercial expedition down one of the world’s greatest and most challenging rivers. While the participants have no chance of getting wet they will be supplied with full-sized rafts, paddles, life-vests and all manner of vital expedition equipment. Spectacular video footage provides a real taste of a river adventure and helps set the scene.

Success comes from achieving a balance between being the first to run the river, satisfying demanding clients, quality control, maintaining a good safety record and most importantly, showing a profit for your efforts. Time is of the essence. And get to the facilitator to explain everyone’s’ role as department like Marketing, Finance, Design, QC. However, spending time on research and gathering vital information is necessary to increase the team’s chances of achieving the kudos of being the first to run the river

It will require efficient team management to gather vital information quickly and a flexible approach to take advantage of unexpected events and additional information that are encountered along the way.

River Runner provides excitement and entertainment while demonstrating that effective planning and strategy implementation are essential to success, as much as energy and teamwork.  For this reason, River Runner provides endless opportunities for the review of issues such as problem solving, profitability, customer satisfaction, risk management and leadership skills

Key Business Benefits

  • Corporate Responsibility
  • Customer Relationship Management
  • Team Dynamics
  • Budget control
  • Exploring Excellence
  • Uniting Teams
  • Practical leadership
  • Managing change
  • Fun & Motivation

  • Best out of the waste

Roughly one third of the food produced in the world for human consumption every year — approximately 1.3 billion tons — gets lost or wasted.

Every year, consumers in rich countries waste almost as much food (222 million tons) as the entire net food production of sub-Saharan Africa (230 million tons)

The amount of food lost or wasted every year is equivalent to more than half of the world’s annual cereals crop (2.3 billion tones in 2009/2010)

This is not what we are talking about, certainly person made from the past and going to build the future.

Here every team will get the task; team has to build/design an object from the waste of your surrounding or your daily workstation like waste paper, Pencil, Pen, wrappers, Match Box. Creativity is the first measure to count on followed by innovative and need to make sure that is going to use somewhere.

Key Business Benefits

  • Corporate Responsibility
  • Team Dynamics
  • Budget control
  • Innovation
  • Creativity
  • Uniting Teams
  • Practical leadership
  • Managing change

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