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Mental Models Game Presentation, 15.9.2016

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Here is the latest presentation about the coming up Mental Models Game. More info and inquiries via email ville@banana.fi

Check also the website www.mentalmodelsgame.com for more info and buy the game now.

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Mental Models Game Presentation, 15.9.2016

  1. 1. Mental Models Game Instructions Prototype v. 0.2 15.9.2016 / Ville Keränen, ville@banana.fi Illustrations by Juha-Matti Kinnunen & Jaakko Mehtälä
  2. 2. © www.mentalmodelsgame.com / ville@banana.fi / www.banana.fi / 13.9.2016 Hi and welcome to play the Mental Models Game. My name is Ville Keränen, and I am one of the inventors of the game, and it’s main developer at the moment. My mission is to help people to think and act different, better together.
  3. 3. © www.mentalmodelsgame.com / ville@banana.fi / www.banana.fi / 13.9.2016 
 
 
 
 
 I work with my friends in our company called Monkey Business. I am the Design Lead. We are a small Action Learning boutique, and we help organisations to solve tough strategic problems.
  4. 4. © www.mentalmodelsgame.com / ville@banana.fi / www.banana.fi / 13.9.2016 Why play the Mental Models Game?
  5. 5. © www.mentalmodelsgame.com / ville@banana.fi / www.banana.fi / 13.9.2016 The purpose of the Mental Models Game is to understand each other better. When we understand each other better, we can work together better, to have more fun and pleasant life, and also to be more productive & creative together.
  6. 6. © www.mentalmodelsgame.com / ville@banana.fi / www.banana.fi / 13.9.2016 But what are 
 the Mental Models?
  7. 7. © www.mentalmodelsgame.com / ville@banana.fi / www.banana.fi / 13.9.2016 I like to quote Peter Senge and what he says in his pioneering book 
 The Fifth Discipline: “Mental models are deeply held internal images of how the world works, images that limit us to familiar ways of thinking and acting. Very often, we are not consciously aware of our mental models or the effects they have on our behaviour.”
  8. 8. © www.mentalmodelsgame.com / ville@banana.fi / www.banana.fi / 13.9.2016 Mental models are like the lenses through which we see the world. They affect us a lot, many times unconsciously. They both support and limit us in our daily life. They are built over time, and can take a long time to transform. My mental model is that it is possible to become aware of mental models and also to change them.
  9. 9. © www.mentalmodelsgame.com / ville@banana.fi / www.banana.fi / 13.9.2016 The idea of the game is to become aware of our own mental models, and talk about them with one another. As a result we can have more fun: be more creative and productive together. There are now right or wrong answers to the questions in this game.
  10. 10. © www.mentalmodelsgame.com / ville@banana.fi / www.banana.fi / 13.9.2016 How to play the Mental Models Game?
  11. 11. © www.mentalmodelsgame.com / ville@banana.fi / www.banana.fi / 13.9.2016 Aim is to have a good dialogue and share your the mental models with others and learn about their mental models. Winner is the one who learns most. Think of your results as prototypes that are tools for learning something new. You will learn the game by playing it.
  12. 12. © www.mentalmodelsgame.com / ville@banana.fi / www.banana.fi / 13.9.2016 What is my mental model of dialogue? “Dialogue is simple. When one speaks, others listen.” 
 -Etienne Collignon Dialogue starts when you speak from you heart.
  13. 13. © www.mentalmodelsgame.com / ville@banana.fi / www.banana.fi / 13.9.2016 How to have a good dialogue? 1. Speak from your heart 2. Listen with intention to understand
  14. 14. © www.mentalmodelsgame.com / ville@banana.fi / www.banana.fi / 13.9.2016 On each round: 1. Pick a Question Card 2. Pick a Presentation Mode Card 3. Pick a Group Mode Card 4. Have a dialogue with your group for five (5) minutes 5. Present your ideas, prototypes to the rest of the players in maximum of 2 mins.
  15. 15. © www.mentalmodelsgame.com / ville@banana.fi / www.banana.fi / 13.9.2016 Ready? 1… 2… 3… Let’s take an example!
  16. 16. © www.mentalmodelsgame.com / ville@banana.fi / www.banana.fi / 13.9.2016
  17. 17. © www.mentalmodelsgame.com / ville@banana.fi / www.banana.fi / 13.9.2016 Prototype
  18. 18. © www.mentalmodelsgame.com / ville@banana.fi / www.banana.fi / 13.9.2016 Small Group
 3 - 5 persons
  19. 19. © www.mentalmodelsgame.com / ville@banana.fi / www.banana.fi / 13.9.2016 Small Group
 3 - 5 persons Prototype
  20. 20. © www.mentalmodelsgame.com / ville@banana.fi / www.banana.fi / 13.9.2016 Are you interested in detailed information about the game?
  21. 21. © www.mentalmodelsgame.com / ville@banana.fi / www.banana.fi / 13.9.2016 The Game has about 75 questions to start with and some empty template for you to add your own questions to the game.
  22. 22. © www.mentalmodelsgame.com / ville@banana.fi / www.banana.fi / 13.9.2016 The Game has four different operative modes
  23. 23. Single Couple Small Group Big Group © www.mentalmodelsgame.com / ville@banana.fi / www.banana.fi / 13.9.2016
  24. 24. © www.mentalmodelsgame.com / ville@banana.fi / www.banana.fi / 13.9.2016 And six different presentation modes
  25. 25. Draw &
 Doodle Prototype Act Riddle Wild CardTalk © www.mentalmodelsgame.com / ville@banana.fi / www.banana.fi / 13.9.2016
  26. 26. © www.mentalmodelsgame.com / ville@banana.fi / www.banana.fi / 13.9.2016 For more info and inquiries: Ville Keränen
 ville@banana.fi 
 +358 40 731 204 
 twitter.com/villemonkey

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