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Fun games at work: Most popular office gamesBY: Muhammed Haris | Category: Others | Post Date: 2009-07-13
Fun at work has been new concept being applied in the organizations. It helps to retain the employees in an organization by making them emotionally attached with the team. The concept of fun at work helps a lot. Many organizations arrange fun games and other competitions for its employees. It even helps employees to be free from the stress at work. Here are some of the games which can be played at office for a team.
Chinese whisper: Game organizer has to give a complex sentence to one person in the team. He has to pass that information to another, by whispering at his ears. The final result would be very funny and interesting.
Mock press: The role of known personality has to be assigned to the individuals. Game organizer should act as a media person and shoot the funny questions to them.
Story building: The game organizer should start a story. The team people should go on adding their thought and creativity in framing that story. Each person should try to give funny turn to the story to make it interesting.
Tom Dick or Harry: Each individual should guess a famous personality. Team members should shoot the Yes\No questions to find the name of that personality. Challenge is to find the name of the person in as less questions as possible.
One minute tasks: Many tasks like eating biscuits, blowing and breaking balloons, framing sentences etc has to be assigned to each individual and the who does the tasks highest number of times, should be honored.
Funny quiz: The game organizers should get the questions which require funny answers. The funniest answer should be considered as a right answer.
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