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Q: Business Team Games ( Answered 5 out of 5 stars,   1 Comment )
Subject: Business Team Games
Category: Business and Money
Asked by: dtnl42-ga
List Price: $40.00
Posted: 23 Jan 2005 04:05 PST
Expires: 22 Feb 2005 04:05 PST
Question ID: 461898
Access please to the most powerful team games for up to 60 people to
play - that are fun, relevant to business and help team bonding and
can be played inside as opposed to outside
Subject: Re: Business Team Games
Answered By: answerguru-ga on 23 Jan 2005 10:48 PST
Rated:5 out of 5 stars
Hi dtnl42-ga,

I have found several team-building games/organizations that meet your criteria:


"Venture Up specializes in fun, interactive team building and
experiential learning programs to promote team spirit and
organizational success.
A performance improvement company, Venture Up is the world's largest
provider of interactive team building events. All programs are created
and delivered by inhouse permanent staff to ensure consistency and
quality. When you work with Venture Up you have an entire staff
committed to exceeding your expectations and making your next meeting,
training program or adventure your best ever."

Some of the indoor games that VentureUp offers:

Biz Quiz - A sure-fire way to energize your group and break up long
meetings while reinforcing meeting objectives.

Technicolor_Transport - Put your brightest minds to the test with
Technicolor Transport, a fun and colorful game where skillful planning
and effective communication are critical to success.

Sales Play - Venture Up brings the fun to sales campaigns and product training.

Create-A-Craft - A fun and festive program founded in creativity and
cooperation that keeps the wheels of team building running long after
the event.

Strategic Games - A series of brain teasing problems that challenge
even the most logical people, as assumptions are broken down and new
perspectives emerge.

Human Foosball - A no-contact human version of the popular table game
is as much fun to watch as it is to play.

Theme Events - Play on popular movie themes, but require participants
to put collective talents to the test in reaching the team's goal.


"To help you develop and reward your team, Teammania has developed
Interactive Team building events  - a perfect way to bond your team
with an exciting and enjoyable event in a non-threatening format."

Some of the relevant activities that TeamMania offers include:

Power Play

"An indoor teambuilding scenario, Power Play uses the analogy of
military situations as a vehicle for developing strategic maneuvers.
There may be a lot of excitement during a Power Play, but there is no

Power Play is an enjoyable business interactive game of strategy,
negotiation, and problem solving. Saving the world has never been so
much fun."

Diamond Mine

"King Solomon (the Teammania facilitator) of Zambucca is leasing
diamond mining sites to foreign companies (teams of your colleagues).
Each company has anxious shareholders that have invested in this
speculative exploration, and demand healthy returns. The companies
need to make quick decisions balancing risk against profit. They will
need to buy geological reports, negotiate loans with the competing
Zambuccan Banks (also your colleagues) before the bidding at the King
Solomon Land Auction begins to heat up."

Super Hero Quest

"Unlike similar events that you may be familiar with, "Super Hero
Quest" is an interactive team based event, not individual based. As
such, it is a great choice for conferences with a team building and
relationship-development objective."

TeamBuilding USA

A couple of indoor team-building excercises are laid out here:

Of course, in addition to the specific resources above, the Google
Directory contains a great collection of organizations that provide
corporate team building options:

I hope the information above is helpful - if you need further
clarification please do not hesitate to post a clarification request.


dtnl42-ga rated this answer:5 out of 5 stars

Subject: Re: Business Team Games
From: biggerintexas-ga on 09 Mar 2005 07:10 PST
If you are interested in facilitating indoor activities designed for
adults in business, look into books by Sam Sikes such as Feeding The
Zircon Gorilla, Raptor, Executive Marbles, and 99 of The Best Best
Corporate Experiential Games We Know.  The instructions are clear and
the props (if any) are inexpensive.

You can find them at:  or

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