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Performance Management Company

Performance Management Company has been designing and selling its Team Building Games and Exercises for more than 25 years and they've been used in global settings by all kinds of corporations and organizations, trainers and consultants.


All games are offered at a one-time cost with no per participant fees and we guarantee your satisfaction or your money back!


The Search for The Lost Dutchman's Gold Mine

  • A tabletop simulation set in the Superstition Mountains of Arizona

  • Plays with any number of participants from 8 to 600+

  • Four Versions of the game are sold based on total number of players

  • Dutchman may be rented for a one-time use in the USA and Canada

  • Purchase includes all the materials needed for a successful play and outcome

  • Plays in 2 hours with an additional 90 minute debriefing time suggested (extensive debriefing materials included)

  • Incorporates themes of collaboration, strategic planning, project management, motivation, leadership, performance and teamwork 


The Collaboration Journey Challenge

  • Tables of 3 to 6 players plan and execute moving their wagons through a series of constraints

  • No limit to number of Tables playing simultaneously

  • Evolved from our series of Square Wheels® illustrations that depict how individuals really work together to impact productivity and performance

  • Structure of the game allows collaboration and planning to optimize results

  • This journey takes about 60-90 minutes to introduce, play and debrief

  • Materials include a full debriefing package of slides and ideas, poster game boards, table-top sets for play

  • Two Versions of the game are included, CJC-Simple and CJC-Complex

Innovate & Implement

  • A board game with no limits to number of players

  • Players use dice to move about the game board uncovering different problems, each requiring a solution

  • Solving of problems requires an understanding of the processes for movement of resources

  • Involves quick thinking, collaboration and some luck

  • Debriefing focuses on the real issues faced in getting things changed