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The Winning Circle: The Game

The Winning Circle: The Game 24 Aug 2016 Johan Tré Engaging Workshops & MeetingsInnovation Games & GamestormingLeadership & ManagementWork is Play Interesting Experiment Lately I discovered an interesting experiment described in a book about transparency by Warren Bennis.  It was not that much in detail, but the references -as in all good reads- were well mentioned. The experiment we’re talking about was done in 1962 at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.  Read more by Johan Via Co-Learning.be Read the full article here.

The Winning Circle: The Game

The Winning Circle: The Game 24 Aug 2016 Johan Tré Engaging Workshops & MeetingsInnovation Games & GamestormingLeadership & ManagementWork is Play Interesting Experiment Lately I discovered an interesting experiment described in a book about transparency by Warren Bennis.  It was not that much in detail, but the references -as in all good reads- were well mentioned. The experiment we’re talking about was done in 1962 at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.  Read more by Johan Via Co-Learning.be Read the full article here.

The Winning Circle: The Game

The Winning Circle: The Game 24 Aug 2016 Johan Tré Engaging Workshops & MeetingsInnovation Games & GamestormingLeadership & ManagementWork is Play Interesting Experiment Lately I discovered an interesting experiment described in a book about transparency by Warren Bennis.  It was not that much in detail, but the references -as in all good reads- were well mentioned. The experiment we’re talking about was done in 1962 at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.  Read more by Johan Via Co-Learning.be Read the full article here.

The Winning Circle: The Game

The Winning Circle: The Game 24 Aug 2016 Johan Tré Engaging Workshops & MeetingsInnovation Games & GamestormingLeadership & ManagementWork is Play Interesting Experiment Lately I discovered an interesting experiment described in a book about transparency by Warren Bennis.  It was not that much in detail, but the references -as in all good reads- were well mentioned. The experiment we’re talking about was done in 1962 at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.  Read more by Johan Via Co-Learning.be Read the full article here.