Jan. 29th, 2012

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A friend from shul called me a few weeks ago with a request. He was invited to give a presentation at the World Economic Forum, and he wanted to use a series of puzzles to engage his audience and demonstrate different forms of collaborative workflows. The way he presented his idea, it was clear to me that he actually had a good grasp on how puzzle solving works, both on the individual and team levels, and how metapuzzles could be used to illustrate his points. The idea was to have three rounds that could be solved between courses during dinner, and his talk would follow the dinner.

If you want to solve the puzzles before reading further, I'll direct you to this PDF which contains all three rounds of puzzles. (The page numbers will indicate which round you're in.)

Cut for length. )

I hope that you enjoy it.
rhu: (xword)
A friend from shul called me a few weeks ago with a request. He was invited to give a presentation at the World Economic Forum, and he wanted to use a series of puzzles to engage his audience and demonstrate different forms of collaborative workflows. The way he presented his idea, it was clear to me that he actually had a good grasp on how puzzle solving works, both on the individual and team levels, and how metapuzzles could be used to illustrate his points. The idea was to have three rounds that could be solved between courses during dinner, and his talk would follow the dinner.

If you want to solve the puzzles before reading further, I'll direct you to this PDF which contains all three rounds of puzzles. (The page numbers will indicate which round you're in.)

Cut for length. )

I hope that you enjoy it.

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