In this article you will find the following topics:
Scoring and implications;
Task during the game;
The Pitch Game is a behavioural game. The game measures a person's collaborative behaviour, i.e. whether a person is more collaborative or more individualistic. In this game, we measure several dimensions of collaboration, such as team support, information sharing, and learning.
Scoring and implications
The game's scoring algorithm is based on percentile scoring. Players can score in each of the following 5 buckets:
To clarify the implications of different scores on this spectrum, below you'll find a comparison between bucket 1 (very individualistic) and bucket 5 (very collaborative).
Bucket 1. Very individualistic
Bucket 5. Very collaborative
Characters and behaviours
You're more likely to work efficiently and effectively at an individual level.
You value common goals in a team setting and work in a way that helps to achieve these goals.
Responsibilities or environments that fit this person best
A function that requires independent working, self-motivation, or creativity.
A function that requires teamwork, in which you can easily ask for help and feedback, or in which you need to share a lot of information with others.
Click here to access the Interview Guide, providing you with interview questions to include in your structured interviews, related to this game.
Task during the game
In this game, you are part of a team that is working towards pitching a new candy flavour. During the game, you will interact with both team members and other individuals. You will have to choose a response you deem suitable from the options provided, for the situation in which you are at that moment.
Here you can find the validation report.