10 Research-Backed Steps to Building a Great Team
Brainstorming: A History and Future
I really liked this infographic and experiment. Below it, I’ve included a few more brainstorming exercises that I think work well. I don’t think there’s a catch-all answer. via Are We Brainstorming the Right Way? Brainstorming about Brainstorming… more exercises to try These are a few from my experience; please add yours, too! Pitch Not-Your-Own Idea:… Continue reading Brainstorming: A History and Future
This is what I call teamwork.(Source: http://mlb.mlb.com/)
You’ve heard about Righteous Cowboy Lightning before either from my ump rant or 30 Rock, or if you’re truly awesome, both. This* is this year’s softball team. We work hard, play hard, and cheer hard. It’s a fun bunch. Matt (one of our front row fans) started to make pretty awesome player cards. He tested… Continue reading
Rick Andrews talks improv with a focus on Fear and Trust
I was really glad that binu shared this, because Rick really brings up some great points. Even if you’re not into improv, this is a valuable perspective on any scenario in which you are working with a group. montrealimprov: Rick Andrews is a teacher and performer at The Magnet Theater in New York City. He… Continue reading Rick Andrews talks improv with a focus on Fear and Trust
Awesome social game design opportunity!
I’d love to partner with anyone out there who wants to work on an idea…I have a few myself but it takes a team to really elevate and finesse ideas into a solid piece of work. The essence: design a real-world game that will leave a real and positive impact on NYC. See below for… Continue reading Awesome social game design opportunity!