Argues that teamwork involved in such outdoor pursuits as rafting, treasure hunts and abseiling, etc. can only strengthen and improve the organizational health of companies – if used as a strategically controlled training diet.
Suggests that outdoor activities should be part of a training programme as, by using practical activities which emphasize process rather than task, people consider parallel situations at work and become more motivated to change their approach to different jobs. This flexibility can be cost effective, producing better results in a short space of time, and promoting more cross‐functional co‐operation.
Used as part of a strategically controlled training diet, outdoor training can improve your organizational health.