The colleagues find themselves locked in a dreary building, in order to find their way back out. Split into random teams of 6 to 8 people, they lead their way through the different coloured doors.rnrnGreen, red, grey and yellow stand for the different roles that are often occupied in a team: discoverers, decision makers, structure people and the ones that take care of others. But only one combination of colours – and with this also the team roles – is correct and leads to the goal!rnrnWhich role will you take on? Which one will your colleagues take on? Recognising the roles in a team and reflecting on them can also help in everyday working life. The advice and the accompaniment from our BITOU project leaders show you how you can integrate these reflections in everyday working life, in order to optimise working processes – with the acceptance of the whole team.
It is not necessary to have special technical knowledge. For the team event, each team gets a tablet equipped with the necessary software. This is where the decisions are entered.
One Way Out is flexible and can be carried out in almost any place. The short preparation time also makes this team event suitable as the end to a workshop day for example.
If the weather isn’t playing its part or the team has to meet over a distance, “One Way Out” can be played online without a problem (link). The team escape room is also suitable as the end of an online team meeting.
Train for agile work
As a team event, “One Way Out” gives valuable impulses in order to develop or set up competencies in agile work and strategic thinking.