The Debriefing Cube

The most important part of a game, except the fun of playing, is the debrief. Unfortunately, most of the time facilitators are not so great at debriefing the game they proposed.

The Debriefing Cube

The Debriefing Cube will help you improve your debriefs by using the six lenses

  • Goal
  • Process
  • Group dynamics
  • Communication
  • Emotions
  • Take-away

You can order the wooden version of the cube here.

Rory’s Story Cubes®

Imagine telling stories that are dynamic, interactive, fun and randomly generated. Imagine never being stuck for an idea ever again.

Rory’s Story Cubes® is the iconic storytelling game that fosters imagination and connection across generations. Rory's Story Cubes®

The Extraordinaires® Design Studio

Designing for The Extraordinaires® is a cinch. In 3 simple steps you can start your design journey, creating great and amazing inventions, gadgets and buildings.

  1. Chose your character
  2. Pick a project
  3. Create your design

The Extraordinaires Design Studio

Happy Salmon®

Happy Salmon is the simple, fast-paced card game packed to the gills with high-fivin’, fin-flappin’ fun.

Actions including the classic “High 5”, the unifying “Pound It”, the frantic “Switcheroo”, and the delightful “Happy Salmon” will leave players doubled over in laughter. With so many mini-celebrations built into the play, it’s the happiest game ever!

Happy Salmon

Meeting Spicers

Looking for a great way to improve the quality of your meetings ? Try the Meeting Spicer cards.

Meeting Spicer

Xtrem Reading

Xtrem Reading

Xtrem Reading is a technique that allows you to read 2 books in 1 hour in a collaborative way, using collective intelligence to process and retain more information. Created by 2 agile coaches from Agile Partner this technique has made it’s way to #play14 with a huge success.

Oblique Strategies for leaders

Our friend and organizer of #play14 Basel, Bernhard Sterchi edits great boxes of Oblique Strategies for Leaders

Oblique Strategies

A good idea is only good at the right time and place. If you read a book, listen to a speaker, or watch a video, you may get new ideas that are very useful – somewhere, sometime. But they most certainly are not adapted to your context, and may come at the wrong moment.

This is why the best leaders take such ideas and weave them into their regular self-reflection. The problem with this: you tend to forget good ideas before you find the first instance to actually practice their application.

Now imagine you get one hundred teasers that trigger off your reflection in novel ways. That’s what Oblique Strategies for Leaders do.

Buy Them Here