Teams identify components, take on roles forming a production line producing toys for charity.
In Toy Factory, teams are provided with a mixed bag of wooden parts which they have to combine and decorate to produce a range of high quality children’s toys. Three-dimensional blueprints guide participants through the process and detail a range of toy designs. In the planning stages the group identifying components, managing the flow, taking individual responsibility and forming a production line. Once quality checked,the toys are then creatively decorated.
In the second phase some out of the box thinking is required as teams are also tasked with creating engaging and educational games using the newly assembled toys. A fun informal finale allows each team to take stage in turn and demonstrate unique activities that maximize the play value of their toys.
Teams must create efficient production lines and quality control systems to achieve customer satisfaction. Not only do participants get an insight into customer service issues, but the toys produced have an impact for real end customers - children in need. Participants feel a oneness as they work together for a common social goal. Whether positioned in a conference breakout session or the company workplace, Toy Factory is a flexible approach to team building that upholds a community conscience.
The toys and any game material will all be donated to a local children’s charity, school or home.
This activity can been designed to adhere to physical distancing guidelines. We modify the program to avoid game materials and handouts that need to be passed between participants. And, avoid anything where you have to get too close! Our skilled facilitators will be there to guide your participants throughout the experience, ensuring that as well as keeping to social distancing protocol each participant is engaged and having an enjoyable learning experience. Get in touch to find out how we can customise this experience for physical distancing and your team.