Elementary, My Dear Watson
It's an air-tight case: Staging business-related mystery events proves positive!
There was no mystery about Michael Gordon's motives forgathering Angelo Gordon & Co.'s employees together. The NewYork City investment firm's co-owner and COO wanted to give his40 employees an evening of socializing, relationship-building andfun. The time and date were set. The place: a New York Cityrestaurant. Which left only one question--who done it?
Five years ago, Gordon, now 54, held a corporate mystery event.Over dinner, his employees were challenged to solve a make-believemurder staged by hired actors as part of an exercise inteam-building, problem-solving and icebreaking. "It was verygood," reports Gordon. "Everyone got involved, and it wasa fun, relaxing night."
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