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Dear All, Need some suggestions over game activities which can be arranged at office area internally for employees, which can add on more fun to place. Kindly suggest.
14th January 2010 From India, Delhi
Shweta,
Please go through the attached excel sheet. It will help you in organizing fun games at your office.
I have arranged these games during December 25th, 2009 party at our office and employees really liked them.
Gaurav
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14th January 2010 From India, Pune

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Hi Shweta, Go through the attached file... I recd this file in Cite HR long back... May be of some help
14th January 2010 From India, Bombay

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Most of the organization arrange Business Games. The intention is to nurture team culture, foster creativity and leadership and explore business environment. The teams are formed by personnel from different disciplines and following activities are generally carried out i) case study on problems faced by company is given to team. The teams are given different resources such as money, staff, machinery (Hypothetical) etc. to solve the problem in effective way. ii) Money is given to the teams as an investment opportunity and teams are assigned to carring out investment in different sectors to ensure good returns.
14th January 2010 From India, Dehra Dun
We have a Nintendo wii bowling league. Everyone bowls twice per week during lunch. Two teams bowl two strings, takes about 40 minutes.
Prizes awarded weeily for high string, high total and consecutive strikes. All participants end up playing every team. It's so much fun!
14th January 2010 From United States, Waltham
Hey Try this....................I read somwhere this is instresing
15th January 2010 From India, New Delhi

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Hello Taniya/Diana/Sriram/BSR,
Please refer the attached word document to understand the way of playing the games, I mentioned in my earlier excel file.
Let me know if you need any clarification.
Gaurav
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15th January 2010 From India, Pune

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Hey All - thx for your inputs, but m not able to understand Gaurav’s excel games, can you pls explain how we have to play that/??
15th January 2010 From India, Delhi
Shweta,
I believe its really difficult to write how to play game in words, still which game did you not understand? If you can tell me, I'll try my level best to give more clarity on that.
Gaurav
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15th January 2010 From India, Pune
Hi, you may try the attched, i have conducted it in my office on monthly basis and my collegues enjoy it. Regards, Diana
15th January 2010 From India, Hyderabad

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Shweta,
There is one game which I did play with my team in the last 2 organizations and it helped them Gel a bit. The game is called "Then & Now" and it is played as follows:
Sit with the team in a room forming a Circle of Chairs
Ask 1 member of the team to come and sit in the middle of the circle
Rest all can give their opinion about the person sitting in the center
They can first tell how did they feel about the person then (when they first met him / her) and how do they feel now about him / her
Do a complete round including the Managers as this serves as a feedback process as well.
Its short and simple but I found it effective!!!
Thanks
Sumit
15th January 2010 From India, Faridabad
Hi! You can check businessballs.com. The games on this site will not only give you fun but also let you know about your employee’s attitude, thinking process and so on. regards Nithya
15th January 2010 From India, Madras
Hi,
please find attahced list of games that could be palyed in office. would suggest following one as its realy fun.
individual game - thread the corn (one who threads longest chain of popcorns wins)
spot topper ( eg- a person having most romantic photo with his life partner on the spot/ person having maximum cash at the moment)
try any of them
Regards,

15th January 2010 From India

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Hey Gaurav,
First of all, Thanks so much for the ideas of these interesting games.
I have a query-- Could you explain your first game in more detailed manner. I really did not understand how to play this game.
Best Regards,
Swati Singhal

15th January 2010 From India, Gurgaon
Hi Shweta, You can arrange "ADD MAD SHOW" also. Due to some unpredictable product you can play the same. It helps to improve your creativity, skill, motivation power etc.
16th January 2010 From India, Delhi
Dear Shewta,
I have few games in my mind like:
1. Lemon race
2. paper dance
3. Musical chair
4. Tug of war
5. Arm wrestling
6. Dare to stare
7. Wrap the Mumy
8. Dress from Newpaper
I had arranged these games in my organisation, and believe me every one enjoyed a lot.
Regards,
Rashmi
16th January 2010 From India, Ludhiana
Swati,
I'll try my level best to convey the right way of playing this game.
In this game, Individuals need to take one side of thread in their mouth and tie one Polo on the other side. Now ask them to pull the thread in mouth so that they can eat polo without touching their hand (its something like the way we sip noodles). The One, who finishes first, will be the winner.
Hope this is clear to you.
Gaurav
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18th January 2010 From India, Pune
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