Team Collaboration Simulation

Fusion

A Resource Management Simulation Game which uses a 4-team shared resourcing pool scenario to explore negotiation skills and the tensions between Co-operation and Competition inside any organisation (silo-thinking). Develops Collaborative Working Skills.

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Core Simulation Skillsets

Competitive Collaboration

  • Understanding the Sub-Optimisation Problem
  • Understanding Collaboration/Competition Dynamics
  • Managing Essentials versus Desirables
  • Achieving both Local and Group Goals
  • Effective Negotiation Skills
  • Collaborating for the common good
  • Managing Reputation and Identify
  • Building Partnerships and Alliances

Team Operations

  • Operating an effective team
  • Organising a team for success
  • Decision-making under pressure
  • Time Management
  • Managing change with agility
  • Maximising contribution of the whole team
  • Managing new information effectively
  • Continuous performance improvement

Key Functionality
  • Satisfy your own teams resource needs
  • Help other teams meet their (conflicting) objectives
  • Collaborate with the competition if appropriate
  • Compete for 3 rounds
  • Track your results on KPI dashboard/charts
  • Review learning at end of each round
  • Use mobile phones to enter decisions

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Special Features

Suitable for large group sessions with up to 60 delegates.

Part of the INTERPLAY COLLECTION of Collaboration & Competition Business Simulations.

Ideal for team building events!

Fusion can also be used as a Team Negotiating Simulation.

The rule of systems is that you must sub-optimise the parts to optimise the whole. Unfortunately, in organizations, teams and departments it is often the other way around. The FUSION simulation creates a memorable positive collaborative experience between teams where both their local and global goals can be achieved.

Ken Thompson

Book Author and Simulation Designer

Want to know more about Fusion?

As well as a Fusion information pack we will send you a FREE Executive Summary of our Book:

Systematic Guide to Collaboration and Competition within Organizations