Tony Marro is creating Coworker Conflict: The Office Just Got Interesting
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Don't let the pugnacious title fool you, Coworker Conflict is a team building game created specifically for the office environment. Have fun and bring your team closer together, it's good for business...
"Companies with high employee engagement earn 250% more revenue than competitors with low engagement." –Hay Group study
"Team building is the most important investment you can make for your people. It builds trust, mitigates conflict, encourages communication, and increases collaboration." – FORBES
Coworker Conflict can be played in person or remotely. Guess the positions of your opponents' game pieces orally if you work at an "open concept" office...or if other players aren't within earshot, play via an inter-office chat application, email, or text. Games can finish over a lunch break, or you can slow play it over the course of a week if your "real" workload picks up.
All of the game components are inspired by the place you call home from dusk to dawn:
  • Boards are dry-erasable for keeping track of "hits" and "misses."
  • Push-pins anchor the board to your cubicle (or use tape for hard walls)
  • Game pieces are your favorite (and most hated) office staples...excuse the pun!
  • 2-4 players, or teams if you want to challenge satellite offices or different floors
Coworker Conflict can be played in person or remotely. Guess the positions of your opponents' game pieces orally if you work at an "open concept" office...or if other players aren't within earshot, play via an inter-office chat application, email, or text. Games can finish over a lunch break, or you can slow play it over the course of a week if your "real" workload picks up.
All of the game components are inspired by the place you call home from dusk to dawn:

Boards are dry-erasable for keeping track of "hits" and "misses."
Push-pins anchor the board to your cubicle (or use tape for hard walls)
Game pieces are your favorite (and most hated) office staples...excuse the pun!
2-4 players, or teams if you want to challenge satellite offices or different floors
The game pieces are heavy-duty reusable stickers good for 100+ games.
Both the pieces and the posters boards are made of dry erase material. It took a lot of brain-storming to figure out what could replace our prototypes' 100+ pushpin markers that damaged the boards. Then we found a dry erase producer right in our backyard. BINGO!

Up to 4 coworkers can battle at once, which makes the game move fast but also means people can team up and knock you out of the game in the blink of an eye!

Don't let the pugnacious title fool you, Coworker Conflict is a team building game created specifically for the office environment. Have fun and bring your team closer together, it's good for business...
"Companies with high employee engagement earn 250% more revenue than competitors with low engagement." –Hay Group study
"Team building is the most important investment you can make for your people. It builds trust, mitigates conflict, encourages communication, and increases collaboration." – FORBES
Coworker Conflict can be played in person or remotely. Guess the positions of your opponents' game pieces orally if you work at an "open concept" office...or if other players aren't within earshot, play via an inter-office chat application, email, or text. Games can finish over a lunch break, or you can slow play it over the course of a week if your "real" workload picks up.
All of the game components are inspired by the place you call home from dusk to dawn:
  • Boards are dry-erasable for keeping track of "hits" and "misses."
  • Push-pins anchor the board to your cubicle (or use tape for hard walls)
  • Game pieces are your favorite (and most hated) office staples...excuse the pun!
  • 2-4 players, or teams if you want to challenge satellite offices or different floors
Coworker Conflict can be played in person or remotely. Guess the positions of your opponents' game pieces orally if you work at an "open concept" office...or if other players aren't within earshot, play via an inter-office chat application, email, or text. Games can finish over a lunch break, or you can slow play it over the course of a week if your "real" workload picks up.
All of the game components are inspired by the place you call home from dusk to dawn:

Boards are dry-erasable for keeping track of "hits" and "misses."
Push-pins anchor the board to your cubicle (or use tape for hard walls)
Game pieces are your favorite (and most hated) office staples...excuse the pun!
2-4 players, or teams if you want to challenge satellite offices or different floors
The game pieces are heavy-duty reusable stickers good for 100+ games.
Both the pieces and the posters boards are made of dry erase material. It took a lot of brain-storming to figure out what could replace our prototypes' 100+ pushpin markers that damaged the boards. Then we found a dry erase producer right in our backyard. BINGO!

Up to 4 coworkers can battle at once, which makes the game move fast but also means people can team up and knock you out of the game in the blink of an eye!

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