We roll forward and are actively doing demos of the new virtual design. Here is a short video that overviews things: Contact us if you want to see more or get involved, early-on, with the final development. For the FUN of It! Scott Simmerman Ph.D. CPF, CPT is still managing partner of PMC and […]
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An overview of the about-to-be-released VIRTUAL version of The Search for The Lost Dutchman’s Gold Mine team building simulation.
The Search for The Lost Dutchman’s Gold Mine is being released as a virtual teambuilding simulation for remote workers.
Scott Simmerman has developed a virtual version of his team building simulation, The Search for The Lost Dutchman’s Gold Mine, first released as a board game in 1993 and used worldwide.
This week, we will see an operational ONLINE version of our team building exercise, The Search for The Lost Dutchman’s Gold Mine. First developed as a board game in 1993 and sold and delivered globally, we have been working with a software development company to bring the same dynamics of play generated in face-to-face game […]
Performance Management Company is the designer and main distributor of the team building simulation, The Search for The Lost Dutchman’s Gold Mine. We started using the exercise in 1993 and decided to package and sell very usable designs of this game without the normally required certification or annual licenses or per-participant fees. Users would buy […]
Active involvement generates ownership, and it is generally true that Nobody ever washes a rental car. So, if you are looking to generate commitment to change and to have better alignment to shared goals and a higher level of collaboration among work teams and departments, then it makes sense to use a business simulation to […]
An overview of some of the different design features of this team building game as they apply for new users.
Jeff heads off to Portugal to demonstrate The Search for The Lost Dutchman’s Gold Mine team building exercise at the International Business Learning Games Conference and he asked me to send him a typical “final results” summary. What I thought to do was to also share that as a blog post herein, for the benefit […]
Jeff Simmerman heads to the International Business Learning Games Conference in Lisbon today and he created flyers about the Lost Dutchman team building game and our Collaboration Journey Challenge exercise to share with judges and conference attendees. Both exercises are finalists in this competition and we are hoping to garner some recognition and feedback for […]
For many years, we have kept the prices of our excellent teambuilding exercise, The Search for The Lost Dutchman’s Gold Mine at the same levels, even though we have made many packaging and design enhancements, including a complete redesign of all our versions earlier this year. We are going to keep the prices the same […]
We asked our customers a really tough True / False question about our team building exercise, an experiential learning exercise with a primary focus on collaboration and improving organizational performance: “LDGM is the best exercise I know of to work with senior managers on issues of strategy, alignment, and organizational collaboration.” Fully half (53%) said […]
We can start this blog with the simple thought that: Motivation and collaboration require improvement in most organizations and making those improvements offer Big Impacts on actual measurable results. Even in the very good, highly collegial workplaces, one can always make additional improvements or re-energize things, generating even more alignment to shared goals and objectives. […]