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Company Team Building: Pipeline

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Some studies have show that participants involved in active learning (a simulation, a training game, etc…) retain 90% of the information. Although this percentage may vary by study, one thing is for sure. Active learners show better attitudes and improvements in thinking and writing.

That’s what makes Product Pipeline such a successful company team building program. The interactive business simulation game encourages participants to work together within their small teams, as well as within the larger “company.”

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To Inc. 5000 and Beyond!

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Anyone who operates a small business can relate to the scene in Pixar’s Toy Story where Buzz demonstrates his ability to “fall with style”.

Woody argues against Buzz’s ability to fly. Buzz has faith and proves he can.

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Thank you, TeamBonding!

Today marks the last day of my Social Media & Marketing Internship with TeamBonding! Although I am itching and ready to get back to Amherst, I am also sad for my last day at TeamBonding to end.
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The Importance of Fun at Work

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It’s simple, having fun at work leads to a great company culture.

It’s no secret that having a great company culture boosts productivity and has a major ROI from a financial standpoint. As workplace happiness pioneer Tony Hsieh put it;

“Happiness is a business model.”

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Workplace Team Building: Do It Like Animals

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Did you know that ants hate each other, but work together? Chimpanzees recognize when collaboration is necessary and identify the optimal partner.

The animal world has some powerful workplace team building inspiration!

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What Team Bonding Means to Us

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Did you just enjoy a wonderfully long weekend? Did you kick it off with some competitive team bonding? By a lake?

We hope so because we hate to brag.

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Feature Friday | Team Building Scavenger Hunt

Did you know that the first smartphone was released in 1992? I kid you not – IBM released Smartphone Simon in the early 90s. Having been born a year later, I certainly  don’t remember it, but the pictures are really something else…

Team Building Scavenger Hunt

IBM only released about 50,000 Simon smartphones in 1992 due to an unprepared, semi-uninterested market. However, luckily for us, 20 years later people are addicted if not borderline obsessed with their smartphones (myself included). Thus, allowing us to create the popular Smartphone Scaventure.
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Innovation in Companies: Reward Failure & Get Results!

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In business and in life, people are rewarded and praised for success, which creates a culture where we don’t learn from failure.

This deprioritizes innovation in companies. Plus, you may end up repeating those mistakes.

Years of research has led Laurence Weinzimmer, Bradley University management professor, to conclude that businesses that are accepting of mistakes have better employee and financial performance.

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