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Leverage world-class Organizational Development Facilitation Tools
and team building games

What does it take for continuous organizational improvement?

An organization is a massive team of different teams striving towards a singular goal. But the reality of how people think about teams is a myopic one that could do with a shift in mindset. Organizations must create opportunities that help employees break silos, think, act, grow and achieve more together.

Performance Management Company has been designing and selling its Organizational Development Facilitation Tools and Team Building Games for more than 25 years and been used in global settings by Fortune 500 corporations and organizations, leading trainers and top consultants.

These tools aim to imbibe the right attitude in teams for improving business skills, building a positive work culture, and strengthening team bonds that ultimately drives positive organizational results.

PMC’s flagship facilitation tool, The Search for The Lost Dutchman’s Gold Mine incorporates themes of collaboration, strategic planning, project management, motivation, leadership, performance and teamwork, helping organizations worldwide optimize business performance.

Team Building Games

Evolving with time

The art of life is a constant readjustment to our surroundings.
–Kakuzo Okakaura

That’s what we do at Performance Management Company.

So far, The Search for The Lost Dutchman’s Gold Mine was delivered solely onsite, but changing times have taught us that teams will have to learn to collaborate and perform regardless of where they are. To align with today’s remote and hybrid work environments, we built the online version of the Lost Dutchman, called The Search for The Lost Dutchman’s Gold Mine – Virtual Edition. We are certain the Lost Dutchman Virtual edition will empower many organizations to have impactful conversations leading to improved remote and hybrid interdepartmental collaboration between teams and remarkable organizational results.

Similarly, Square Wheels, our illustration-based change management tool was introduced in 1993 as Square Wheels One, a black and white line-art illustration. This main illustration was soon followed by other Square Wheels illustrations and we began selling small sets of the illustrations as facilitation tools, worldwide. Today, the Square Wheels series includes colorful Lego images as an alternative way to represent ideas and themes.

We will continue to innovate and evolve our products and approach to suit the needs of our customers.

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