What do you do when your company grows at a rapid pace and it becomes harder to induct your employees into the fabric of your company that is your culture?
Well, you might consider assassinating them, for one.
No, not “for real life”, as my 5-year old daughter would say, but “for pretend.”
That’s what we at Sprinklr did. For a company that grew 300% YOY for the past three years, we realized the challenge of maintaining the culture that got us to where we are today. We truly believe that having camaraderie between all Sprinklrites establishes a healthy and productive work environment. And since our motto is “don’t just do social, be social,” it stands reason that the creative ways we come up with to get to know each other are also… well … social.
Enter Sprinklr Assassin game, a creative way to mix it up and foster new relationships throughout the company. The game was created by our New York office employees and gave everyone the opportunity to meet new people while having a blast and tapping into their competitive side.
The premise of Sprinklr Assassins is this: everyone gets assigned another Sprinklrite as a target and you have to “murder” them before they get you. If you have been murdered, you pass your target onto the person that got to you and the process keeps going until there is one last person standing.