The Barometer Games
The Barometer concept is about reaching 2 goals - a business goal of reaching results and a climate goal of ensuring a good working environment.
The game challenges the preferences and skills of the players through a series of carefully designed scenarios.
The Barometer game is intended for both new and more experienced managers and can be set up to match the specific challenges that different groups of participants have to deal with, as well as their positions within the organisation.
In a dynamic process of experimenting with know-how, roles, needs and qualifications, players have to make decisions that shed light on their leadership and management skills.
The practical work is combined with a theoretical foundation and the intended end result is a coherent personal profile. The tool helps develop the management skills of each participant, and it boosts their awareness of their own practices catalysing critical reflections.
The Barometer game is a unique reflection tool that clearly highlights the skills and general approaches that distinguishes the individuals' strength and weaknesses.
What You Gain
Before pilots can fly with real passengers, they train for thousands of hours in a flight simulator.
- Fly in a fictional storm
- Handle communication with the control tower
- Practice staying on course
- And many more challenges that we do not know about as we are not pilots.
You should view the Barometer games as your simulator. This is where you can crash, miscommunicate and make the wrong decisions - because each time you fail, you become so much the wiser!
Every development has a life cycle. Actee Cycle makes it easy to mimic, track, understand and map out any project in game format.
The goal of the cycle is to get both your mission and your stakeholders across the finish line successfully with minimal resistance.
Actee Barometer ensures an overview of your business goal process whilst signifying cultural insights. Attention to results is equally important as attention to the work climate.
Every decision you make has a number of advantages and disadvantages. So how do you make the right decision? Via Bubbles, you can simulate the case and set up relevant assessment elements that will help you identify the right cause of action.