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Organizational Culture games



I am developing some simple tools and exercises that could be used during team meetings and briefings to kickstart conversations around our Corporate values in a fun and engaging manner.

I would like to find out if any one has done a similar project developing games or exercises for companies to live their values and keep conversations around the values going?

Thank you for sharing your ideas when you can.

Best regards,


6 Responses

  1. what would you do?

    give the delegates an case study where they have a choice of actions (not necessarily spelled out to them) and the action they choose will be dependant upon their business ethics… stand up for the shareholder the customer or the staff member?

    These can be very good tests of exisiting corporate culture or ways to tease out values from the people present


  2. Thank you Rus


    Thank you so much for sharing this. I am very grateful for taking time to share. I would develop a case study. I had used to Johari Window model to explore the visibility of the values in the employees.

    A case study will bring some more learning. Thank you so much again.



  3. Thank you Joy


    Thanks alot. Very grateful. Would you have a copy you could send me. Its not very easy to purchase materials on line in Ghana.

    I am also using the johari window model to have employees assess themselves and others how visible are they showing the values in their work.

    Very grateful for the response.


  4. I’ve done something similar

    I've done something similar with our corporate values which comprise of 5 one word statements.

    In the exercise, delegates work in groups to first discuss what the words mean to them and then produce good and bad examples of each statement – focusing on internal and external interactions.



  5. Thank you Jon

    Dear Jon,


    Thanks for sharing your ideas on the value exercise. I like the practical way you presented it. Thanks, and I will like to use this in one of my sessions.


    Many thanks,


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