🎧 Agil’Easy – remote
Adopt the agile mindset
Adopt the agile mindset
Working & Agility
Using whichever online meeting platform suits you best, and our collaborative platform, take the plunge into a virtual activity.
Agil’easy is a game to master corporate organisation based around remote working and agility.
6 major themes are addressed, illustrated with inspiring stories. On the agenda: collaborative games, discussions and sharing experiences and ideas
Agil’easy is a journey through different eras. To tackle the concepts of agility, each theme takes you on a journey.
Discover or rediscover the experience and risk-taking of Dick Fosbury and the challenging questions of Greta Thunberg.
In the 1980s, your logic and pragmatism will be put to the test…
Creativity, logic, risk-taking, challenge…fasten your seatbelts!
It’s D-day, an organiser is waiting for you on the video platform confirmed beforehand with the project manager.
The organiser immediately launches the participants right into the heart of the scenario…he explains to the participants the concept of the game and the rules to follow…the briefing concludes with the distribution of the teams into their respective virtual breakout rooms.
During the briefing the participants were given the link to the game.
First instruction: divide up the roles within the team and carry out the various missions. Communication and collaboration will be essential, with each role possessing specific information, which must be combined to find the answers.
Now that the missions have been completed, it is time for the organiser to gather the participants for a moment of discussion.
The time has come to take stock, how did the teams find the game, what were their various strategies?
Together, the expert and the players fill in and expand on the ideas encountered during the game.
In the 1980s, the time spent in a lift felt very long. Use your practical skills to find out how this feeling might have been combatted.
Divide up the roles within your team. One person has a few seconds to study a drawing. A good memory is essential, you will have to remember the image and describe it as accurately as possible to someone else who will have to reproduce it as accurately as possible.
Here is a memory game that is quite subtle. Different screens will scroll by at a steady pace. You will then be asked questions about these colourful images! In teams, figure out the best memorisation strategy…