Through six quests – purpose, goals, priorities, plan, rewards and story – team members devise customized, actionable plans for your organization. They align individual priorities with collective strategic goals.
"The All In Game is a trailblazing organizational learning tool that successfully engaged my team in a creative and fun way to implement and achieve strategic goals – together – that are aligned with our mission, vision, values, and strategic direction."
"Organizational thought leaders like Brenda Hardesty and Sue Baechler are combining the science of game-based learning with strategy implementation to deliver impressive business outcomes for players of their game aptly called the All In board game." Forbes, 4/20/17
“In the end, if there’s not greater alignment, execution becomes increasingly fragmented and ultimately fails. I especially recommend the All In Game for any team working to achieve strategic goals.”
“The All In Game solves a huge pain point: aligning individual actions behind a collective purpose and goals. It’s a business differentiator. A universal need. There isn’t a single organization, when asked, that will say this is not an issue for them.”
“Our virtual leadership team used All In as part of our mid-year strategic planning session. All In enabled us to articulate individual visions and goals as we worked toward collective ones. The greatest value was “taking turns”, a game mechanic that required all voices contributing to 'win'. Fun and engaging.”
"There is an ultimate perfect fit between business requirements for performance improvement and the way learning games like All In are constructed. Games give us instant feedback as they challenge our level of skill."
"The All In Game was a lot of fun and the basis for some amazing brainstorming to drive our business forward. This game replaces the need for an outside facilitator – we facilitated the conversation and left with an actionable list of goals. Often, during planning sessions it’s hard to recall everyone's informational contributions. With All In, the conversations were actionable and memorable."
“I appreciated the opportunity to participate, learn and be challenged by the All In Game experience. I enjoy gamification, have been involved in it for years and know a good one when I see one. The All In Game is good, it works, and it makes sense."
A Proven Method
Developed by a duo with years of executive-level experience from small start-ups to large global brands, the All In Game has been proven to help align team members around strategic goals and create customized, actionable plans you can execute today.
- Game science proves that game play fosters collaboration, risk taking, idea testing, appreciation of different perspectives and focused action toward goals.
- Game research shows that players retain 75% of what they learn and 45% after six weeks vs 4% using traditional methods.
- Teams using this method have successfully implemented strategies by staying focused during hyper-growth periods (growing from 80 to over 800 people in less than two years).
The All In Game co-creators – Sue Baechler and Brenda Hardesty – have achieved bottom-line successes by helping people know where they’re going, how they fit in and why it matters. Now, they’re offering all organizations a fresh and effective approach to aligning individuals for collective success: the All In Game.
Former EVP, HR and OD for Silicon Valley subsidiary of a Fortune 100 firm
Key member of exec team in a successful hyper-growth start-up, growing from 80 to 800+ people in less than 2 years while raising $600mm+ in debt and equity
Skilled leader in developing and implementing strategic plans for organizations from inception, growth, acquisition, maturity and divestiture
Workplace learning strategist and Founder/CEO of Originaliti Media Inc.
Designer, developer of performance improvement games and interactive learning; spanning industries, cultures, content and technologies
Business leader, game-based learning pioneer with work results featured in Fast Company Magazine, Huffington Post, Forbes, People & Strategy, The Wall Street Journal