Lost in Cyberspace, Activity

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Wiley, Feb 5, 2002 - Business & Economics - 32 pages
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Get Lost in Cyberspace and discover if you are up to the mental challenge of forming a global virtual team that will gain the trust of a prospective client and ultimately win their business. Participants will collaborate to reach their goal and put to test the theory that in today s economy you must be able to work with anyone, anytime, from anyplace via technology.

Team members will learn about:

  • "Whiteboard" applications
  • Instant messaging software
  • Asynchronous communication . . . and much more!

With this unique activity, participants will sharpen their skills as general problem solvers, team workers, and consensus decision makers and gain first-hand experience using the tools of today s global economy. This fast paced exercise will enhance the abilities of anyone who uses teams and technology to do their work!

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About the author (2002)

Alan Richter is the founder and president of QED Consulting. He has provided strategic consulting services in the human resource development and change management arenas, and has designed and developed innovative curricula for corporations and organizations. He is the creator of The Diversity Game, an award winning training tool, and The Global Diversity Game and The Change Cycle Game.

Carol Willett is executive vice president for learning and innovation at the Applied Knowledge Group, Inc. She is the author of numerous articles, teambuilding tools, and experiential programs that focus on collaboration as it takes place in the virtual world.

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