So you’re participating in a “staff focus event” tomorrow. You’ve been there before: you arrive at 8AM in some
dreary convention building, you listen to a couple of stories, participate in some workshops or sessions with
your colleagues. Even though it’s interesting, that one speaker has some good stuff to say, and you learn
something, you find your mind wandering to the announced barbecue at the end of the day.
That weekend, your friend who works at company “The Other Company” tells you about this corporate event he’d
done. They had no predefined schedule, they didn’t even know where they had to go. They only received an e-mail
with a link to an app. This app told them to head to a park in the city. Upon arrival, they were met with some
of their colleagues, where they performed an assignment. The app then split up the group, and your friend had
lunch with other colleagues. After a scavenger-hunt kind of day, they all got together for a barbecue, sharing
That is GroundControl.