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Teambuilders: 11. Is Randolph Guilty?

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"Is Randolph Guilty?" is a role-playing game in which team members get to play the part of jurors in a case of manslaughter. Reminiscent of the 1957 film, "12 Angry Men", this exercise is an excellent vehicle for discussing the benefits and dangers of seeking consensus in a workplace team.

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