Speeding up knowledge sharing within the organisation
This exercise helps you improve the knowledge sharing and other kinds of innovation in your organisation.
- The participants pair up. Each pair gets 20 Dialoogle Pocket cards which they spread out between them. One partner finds a card that describes the benefits of knowledge sharing within an organisation and explains their choice.
- The other partner does the same thing. The partners take turns picking cards until there are only 8-10 cards left in the stack. It is best if they do this at a quick pace.
- From the chosen picture cards, the pair chooses the two cards that represent the most useful benefits in their opinion.
- The pair finds a new picture card each that symbolizes the first step they would take to apply these benefits in practise. These two cards should be placed side by side above the first two cards, so the four cards together form the letter T.
- In the whole group, the pair takes turns presenting their T’s.
- Next, the participants walk over to the T that they think represent the best idea. The 3-5 most popular T’s are collected and photographed.
- Write down the ideas in an ideas catalogue along with the photographs of the T’s.
- The employees can continue working with this ideas catalogue or hand it over to the management. Before the process begins, you should decide WHO does WHAT WHEN.
840 picture cards
7 pcs. Magnum Set (19x19 cm)
7 pcs. Pocket Set (9x9 cm)
21 exercises in a eBook (PDF)
120 picture cards
1 pcs. Magnum Set (19x19 cm)
1 pcs. Pocket Set (9x9 cm)
21 exercises in an eBook (PDF)
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