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This post is about how to use the Jigsaw Method. First we will look at the basic structure of the Jigsaw, and then a variation known as Jigsaw II, and finally you will learn some tips for troubleshooting this strategy. So what is the Jigsaw Method? Developed by Elliot Aronson in 1971, Jigsaw is a[…]

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Scavenger Hunt List Made Easy

Planning a scavenger hunt can be very, very easy or you can make it a bit more challenging by using a good Scavenger Hunt List. Experience with this party pastime and family-gathering activity shows that a certain amount of pre-planning will make your hunt enjoyable and memorable. Of course, the first thing you must consider[…]

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Many companies think team building events are unnecessary expenses. Contrary to this misconception, team building events are an investment for the company, for its workers, and for each member individually. The benefits in store for holding team building events successfully are infinite, while great extents of damages await companies reluctant to invest a relatively small[…]

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We came across an article, “Responsibility Requires a Change of World View from Companies” highlights a dissertation by Pasi Heikkurinen. The premise of the study is that “image-centric corporate responsibility strategies” do not foster sustainable development. Sustainability and successful community engagement for corporate responsibility requires a re-framing of the activity. There seems to be a[…]

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