Challenge: Teams must brain-storm on various aspects like size, width, and length, and base of the roller coaster. They must showcase analytical, visionary skills to build the large structure with the right twists and turns. Once these roller coasters are made, teams design these structures based on the theme and craft a presentation for the judges. Can your team pass these tests?
Results: Teams build a self-standing roller coaster, get it first-time-right through their analytical skills and represent their product and team.
Debrief: Creativity, First-time Right, Visionary Mindset.
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Christopher Columbus discovered both Americas when his actual vision was to prove that the world was not flat. He displayed great characteristics of motivation and goal oriented approach despite losing his track many times and landing in wrong places as opposed to his original plans.
In Columbus challenge, the participants need to build a roller coaster that should be at least 5 feet to 10 feet big. This feat must be achieved only with restricted resources. It is a difficult task as all of them will have to go through a face-off with a demonstration. A brainstorming exercise is taken up by the teams to arrive at the size, width, and length, and base of the roller coaster. After the roller coasters are built, teams design theme based structures and present to the judges for the results. Creativity, First-time Right and Visionary Mindset are the three important outcomes of Columbus challenge.
First-time right is a tough demand but can be made possible through team effort. Getting the self-standing large roller coaster right in its first attempt will be made possible with proper analysis and vision in Columbus challenge.Creativity is the first demand of Columbus challenge as novel efforts go into building such a huge structure with limited resources.
Coordinated efforts with visionary mindset are put to test in Columbus challenge because planning, executing and closing are the major steps needed in sequence to accomplish the task successfully.