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Chris Brandt
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Recently I was "volunteered" to be the connectivity chairman for my group within a large company. We are integrating two teams and so I came up with 10 "work-centric" questions (I'll pick 7 before the actual event) and have decided to break the group up into 7 teams, forcing people out of their normal groups.

I've run the questions by some non-participant gamers and they've been well received. I'll let you know how it goes... who knows, maybe my calling has always been a Wits and Wagers consultant and I didn't know it!

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Cool! I'll be curious to hear how it turns out. We've been charging $500 to put on this type of company event (but we give out 5 games to the winning team). Maybe you should ask for a pay raise.

FYI, over the past 4 years we've learned that people have less fun if there are too many work related questions. We keep it down to 3 or 4 out of 7 unless if we're specifically asked to incorporate company content. Otherwise, we just make the questions fun and add a few bonus questions.
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