MIT’s Human Dynamics Laboratory recently conducted a study to observe the differences between top performing teams and average ones. The results were groundbreaking, and most corporate teams can benefit from applying what MIT discovered.
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One of the world’s oldest companies isn’t what you’d expect; it’s a small hot-spring hotel in Yamanashi, Japan, called Koshu Nishiyama, and it has existed since the year 705. It’s changed a lot since then. And really, all business has. Even small, local organizations compete globally for relevance and profits. One of their most powerful Keep Reading
Powerhouse communications company Decker Communications likes to start every new year with a bang. Each year, team members from offices on both coasts come together to celebrate the start of a new year and to plan the company’s goals and visions for the coming months.
What do you do when you’ve got a team that has to work together but doesn’t like each other? A large life insurance company based in upstate New York was having some trouble with one of their departments earlier this summer. The team of about 20 employees just wasn’t getting along; most of the staff Keep Reading
Often, our team building activities are held in museums across New York City, Washington D.C., and San Francisco. But “location: museum” doesn’t always have to be the case for us to put together an incredible team building event. We are just as at home hosting team bonding competitions in a company’s office, designing breakout games Keep Reading
Yogurt. Dogs. Technology. Beauty. Sports. While these five things may not seem like they have much to do with each other at first glance, there’s one key thing that unites them. They all have a rich, incredible history hidden in the collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art. We’ve spent hours discovering the best-kept secrets Keep Reading
The Fraunces Tavern is a really, really cool spot for team building in New York City. It’s an American Revolution icon with a rich history. To take a walk through the museum today is to take a walk in the footsteps of George Washington during the American Revolution. It’s a legendary building in New York Keep Reading
More and more, companies are expanding their operations and hiring individuals across the globe. This presents new challenges for cohesiveness within and between departments in the company. These challenges are not impossible to overcome; with a little commitment to team building, your employees can be moving along smoothly and productively. Check out how Museum Hack’s Keep Reading
Here at Museum Hack, we love taking the traditional and adding our own unconventional twist. A few months ago, we were approached by Gravitas, a top company in business IT infrastructure and support with more than 275 employees among their five international locations. Gravitas was organizing their company-wide quarterly Town Hall meeting and wanted to Keep Reading
Plans. They’re always changing, but luckily, our guides are great at improvisation and turning even the most unexpected situations into something awesome. We recently had the pleasure of working with a team from RMS – Risk Management Solutions, a company founded in 1988 at Stanford University that helps financial institutions and other public organizations with Keep Reading