The Journey to Atlantis is a fun simulation that focuses on collaboration and knowledge sharing behaviors.  In today’s complex organizational structures it’s imperative that we collaborate and share across our internal organizations and even more across markets.  The Journey establishes a baseline for groups to capitalize on new collaborative and knowledge sharing behaviors.  These new behaviors will contribute to an organization becoming more productive, efficient and effective.

Learning Objectives:

  • Experience and understand the impact on ROI of collaboration and sharing/seeking knowledge
  • Identify key behaviors that prevent collaboration and knowledge sharing/seeking within your organization
  • Experience and understand the importance of learning before, during and after projects
  • Experience and understand the systemic nature of collaborative and knowledge seeking and knowledge sharing behaviors

The Journey is a 2.5 – 3 hour simulation.  It requires at least 3 groups of 4-5 people and can expand to 20 groups of 4-6 people.  All that’s required is a large room with room enough for 1 table per group and a projector.   Depending on the size of the group one lead facilitator and 1-3 helpers is all that’s needed to deliver the program.  

If you are interested in the game, contact me.  The game requires an experienced facilitator.  I will also provide train the trainer opportunities.  Check back to see when the next game will happen in your region so that you can experience it for yourself. 

Check out an interview from the APQC 2014 KM Conference about The Journey to Atlantis.  2014 KM Conference Interview with Lisa Austin and Georgette Suggs from Bush Brothers