Did You Know?


Of employees say a strong sense of community kept them at a company longer


Of employees and executive cite lack of collaboration or ineffective communication for workplace failures


Of employees and executives believe that a lack of alignment within a team impacts the outcome of a task or project


Of employees prefer a workplace where people identify and discuss issues truthfully and effectively.


Helping employees develop team skills suited for the world of tomorrow has become invaluable.

This is why we have developed Mission to Mars.

…It’s the year 2059. Earth has become dangerous for humans.

The Planetary Government has decided on a bold mission: move everybody to Mars and start a new life. Your team has been appointed as Earth’s astronaut saviors.

With a ticking clock, limited resources and logic challenges, this digital team cooperation activity requires maximum collaboration amongst team members, necessary risk-taking and the ability to respond to a VUCA environment.

Virtual teams would be formed and be put to the test to successfully perform a task. This would be both an experiment and examination of a team’s ability to work effectively as a unit in a remote working environment.

Specifically, in this activity, teams will learn how to:

  1. Collaborate effectively by maximising resources
  2. Balance planning, risk-taking and continuous learning
  3. Keep the big picture in focus while taking care of all the important details
  4. Find joy in working together even in a remote environment

Sending people to Mars has never been harder…but are you ready for blast off?