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think & sync

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think & sync june 2015


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company culture 2


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agency of problem solvers 3


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defines us as an agency 4


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keeps us engaged vs. 5


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problem solving practice Lost At Sea Each team is comprised of crew members from what is now a sinking ship. As the ship sank, you were able to salvage a list of items that your team will now depend on for survival. 6


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step 1 In the second column, rank the items you have salvaged in order of importance on your own. 7


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step 2 In the third column, confer with the rest of your team and decide on a ranking for the items as a group. 8


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step 3 Compare your individual results with your collective group rankings. Did you change your mind during the group discussion? 9


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step 4 Compare your individual results with your collective group rankings. Did you change your mind during the group discussion? 10


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correct order collated by experts at US Coast Guard Shaving mirror (One of your most powerful tools, because you can use it to signal your location by reflecting the sun.) Can of petrol (Again, potentially vital for signaling as petrol floats on water and can be lit by your matches.) Water container (Essential for collecting water to restore your lost fluids.) Emergency rations (Valuable for basic food intake.) Plastic sheet (Could be used for shelter, or to collect rainwater.) Chocolate bars (A handy food supply.) Fishing rod (Potentially useful, but there is no guarantee that you're able to catch fish. Could also feasibly double as a tent pole.) Rope (Handy for tying equipment together, but not necessarily vital for survival.) Floating seat or cushion (Useful as a life preserver.) Shark repellent (Potentially important when in the water.) Bottle of rum (Could be useful as an antiseptic for treating injuries, but will only dehydrate you if you drink it.) Radio (Chances are that you're out of range of any signal, anyway.) Sea chart (Worthless without navigational equipment.) Mosquito net (Assuming that you've been shipwrecked in the Atlantic, where there are no mosquitoes, this is pretty much useless.) Sextant (Impractical without relevant tables or a chronometer.) 11


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