An academic background that trains young talents to the structure of corporate organisations is quite rare. However, once young talents graduate, they start working in teams and sit at decision-making tables sharing processes with people who bring other skills to develop complex projects.
In addition to this specialised education often, even unintentionally, nurture disciplinary biases that produce distrust between people with different backgrounds.
This approach has a negative impact on companies' life, produces difficulties in collaboration and limits the ability to innovate.
How, then, is it possible to train collaboration between different competences and explaining at the same time the different roles of an organisational structure?
What kind of experiences can drive people to discover spaces out of their comfort zones?
How is it possible to engage people to look at the world through the eyes of others? How to drive a group of young talents to reframe?
These research questions fuelled our project.
We developed a team challenge inspired by the role-playing game of Dungeons and Dragons in which each participant plays a defined character, with roles, decision-making profiles, known explicit objectives and secret implicit objectives.
The challenge of this project was to find an engaging and educational gimmick to prepare new talents for the challenges of innovation in a world of increased complexity.
The game was developed as a deck of character cards in a business challenge where the purpose of the match is to reach the best possible deal between a manufacturing company and a design company.
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