One for all – All for one
The “Domino effect” is a chain reaction that occurs when a small change causes a similar change nearby, which then will cause another similar change, and so on in linear sequence. It typically refers to the cascading effect happening due to changes in one part of the system.
The Domino effect is a wonderful metaphor to talk about what happens in organizations and teams – where both good attitudes and the bad ones have a tendency to cascade.
But what is a challenge – without the fun! With the world record standing at approximately 4.3 million pieces toppled, FocusU aims to bring the challenge now to our participants. The effort and time put into creating a Domino Effect art piece is tremendous, requiring immense planning and teamwork. No rules, no boundaries, no limit! This is to drive home the feeling that – “what you can imagine, you can create”!
Interestingly, the emotional experience that participants go through while creating the Domino Effect art piece, is similar to their everyday interactions with one another. From being patient, to learning tolerance; from understanding one another, to working together; from planning the big picture, to executing the individual construction; every single step requires precise action from everyone. Just bear in mind, every single action you take, can trickle downwards, and start a chain reaction, a Domino Effect!
The grand finale which involves toppling of the first brick – which then goes on and on till the euphoric finale is reached makes every participant to hold their breaths – and reach an emotional release!
If you are looking for an intense indoor team event, that sparks interesting conversations about the domino effect that each member and each division can have on your team – The Domino Rally Challenge is the perfect challenge for your team!
As part of the 10th anniversary celebrations of the Mumbai Marathon, FocusU helped to facilitate Standard Chartered Bank successfully run a non-stop domino rally, called The Domino Rally Challenge! where 42 of the Bank’s employees toppled 14,541 dominos at their cafeteria on Jan 18, 2013. This created a new India record under the Amateur category for a non-stop Domino rally.
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