The Lean Office Jeopardy Game

$29.95

The Lean Office Jeopardy Game (available as a Microsoft PowerPoint file for you to customize) is a highly-engaging game to reinforce Lean concepts presented throughout a training session or workshop. This activity is typically conducted at the end of a training session. Lean Jeopardy allows for the group to be energized with the information that had been presented, while at the same time having fun in a competitive manner. The Lean Office Jeopardy Game has four categories, What is it?, Why use it?, Where use it?, and Picture this? with 5 answers for each category. There is also an additional 100 answers provided in a Microsoft Word file from which you can cut and paste into the PowerPoint file for newer versions as you see fit. The new questions are referenced from The New Lean Office Pocket Guide.

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The Lean Office Jeopardy Game (available as a Microsoft PowerPoint file for you to customize) is a highly-engaging game to reinforce Lean concepts presented throughout a training session or workshop. This activity is typically conducted at the end of a training session. Lean Jeopardy allows for the group to be energized with the information that had been presented, while at the same time having fun in a competitive manner. The Lean Office Jeopardy Game has four categories, What is it?, Why use it?, Where use it?, and Picture this? with 5 answers for each category. There is also an additional 100 answers provided in a Microsoft Word file from which you can cut and paste into the PowerPoint file for newer versions as you see fit. The new questions are referenced from The New Lean Office Pocket Guide.

The basic premise of the Jeopardy game/activity is for participants to provide questions (i.e., correct responses) to answers previously given by the facilitator from various categories. For example: Under the What is it? category the answer that is displayed is The concept that allows work to flow between processes with little or no queue time the correct response (or question to be asked) for $100.00 would be What is Just-In-Time? . Note: be flexible with the answers as What is continuous flow? could also be considered the correct response, it will depend on how it was defined during the training session. There are 4 categories in the version that is provided, but can be expanded to additional categories if desired. Each category is assigned a dollar value, with increasing dollar value with the difficulty level of the question. Note: the additional 100+ questions and answers provided are fairly even in their difficulty and can be placed in any of the $100 – $500 categories. The important aspect of this game is for everyone to begin to understand how these tools and concepts are defined and used and none are meant to be made more or less important than the other.

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Weight 1 lbs

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