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Gamestorming

  1. 1. How Don Draper, Columbus and Clayton Christopher Became Successful* GAMESTORMING By Dave Gray, Sunni Brown & James Macanufo *This slideshow is not endorsed by any of the gentlemen above. Draper is particularly difficult to get ahold of.
  2. 2. 1. Understand your audience 2. Provide for your audience 3. Entertain your audience I REALLY HATE THAT THIS IS THE EXAMPLE I’M USING BUT GAHD IT’S JUST SO GOOD…. (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UnW3xkHxIEQ) THE KEYS TO AUDIENCE ENGAGEMENT
  3. 3. TO ENTERTAIN YOU MUST BE CREATIVE
  4. 4. People are always blaming their circumstances for what they are. I don’t believe in circumstances. The people who get on in this world are the people who get up and look for the circumstance they want, and, if they can’t find them, make them. George Bernard Shaw And if that doesn’t work out… BUT I’M NOT CREATIVE
  5. 5. Gamestorming (n): Creating game worlds specifically to explore and examine business challenges, to improve collaboration, and to generate novel insights about the way the world works and what kinds of possibility we might find there.
  6. 6. “BUSINESS, LIKE MANY OTHER HUMAN ACTIVITIES, IS BUILT AROUND GOALS” TARGETSTATE(GOAL) CHALLENGESPACE INITIALCONDITIONS
  7. 7. If a team wants to truly create, there is simply no way to precisely define the goal in advance…
  8. 8. …Mistakes happen when there is a lack of clarity and direction.
  9. 9. Russian Nesting Dolls Onion FUZZY GOALS ALLOW ROOM FOR DISCOVERY
  10. 10. CHECK OUT THE DUDE ON THE RIGHT WITH THE CAPTAIN MORGAN STANCE
  11. 11. FUZZY GOALS MOTIVATE THE GENERAL DIRECTION OF WORK WITHOUT BLINDING THE TEAM TO OPPORTUNITIES
  12. 12. GAME DESIGN
  13. 13. GAME DESIGN, CONTINUED
  14. 14. SINGLE OR MULTI GAME
  15. 15. Goal: Constrain presenters while keeping it fun. What section does this fall into? PECHA KUCHA
  16. 16. PAIN-GAIN MAP Goal: Summarize and prioritize the top pains and gains from an exercise. What section does this fall into?
  17. 17. START, STOP, CONTINUE  SCIENCE Book Club  ?  ?  Book Reports  ?  ?  Monthly Science Meetings  ?  ? What section does this fall into? Goal: Brainstorm operational steps for moving forward
  18. 18. WHAT JUST HAPPENED? I’LL TELL YA.

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