Need for Speed

Businesses Need Speed and So Do Leaders

Team Building

“Need for Speed” – Team Building Game with Cars


Team Building Outcome

  • Process improvement
  • Compliance management
  • Process management
  • Situational leadership
  • Adaptability to change

For whom is it?

  • Build high energy teams
  • Focus on project management
  • Delegation and role fulfillment
  • Competitive teams

Activity Details

Participants: 10 to 150

Duration: 90-100 Minutes + Debrief

Location: Indoor 

Best for: C-Level and Business Leaders


Key success factors for a great experience

  • Minimum 7 days lead time
  • Ensure there is space and tables
  • If it’s a larger group sound system  would be needed
team building game with cars, team activity for compliance and audit, risk vs. reward, process improvement
team building game with cars, team activity for compliance and audit, risk vs. reward, process improvement
team building game with cars, team activity for compliance and audit, risk vs. reward, process improvement

Take your fun seriously

It’s fun to have a team building game with cars but our business simulations have been created specifically to what customers expect and want.

Need for speed has been designed and created as a team activity for compliance, audits, collaboration, identifying team roles and much more. While a lot of us expect compliance and audit to be a boring routine, Need for Speed is anything but mundane or boring. It’s fast paced, energetic and fully engaging. What else can you expect when it’s a team building game with cars.

Need for Speed has been designed for teams to appreciate process improvement, adaptability to change and also compliance. It’s interesting, fun and frenetic too – just the right atmosphere for teams to see what happens to quality and compliance when they are in a bit of a rush. Need for speed is a great learning activity from junior management all the way to C-Level executives.

Instant Benefits with Long-Term Impact

Focus on compliance

See how the leaders can take out time in their rush hour for compliance

Process is not for me

That’s the last you might hear a leader say it. See them adhere to processes

Focus on quality

Rush hour work might make leaders compromise on quality. Not here

Dot the I's + Cross the T's

Do you think your team is not good at planning? You don’t know them yet

Laugh at Failures

Let your teams learn to manage failure together and come up with plans A,B and C


All your employees can participate and the activity is a 100% inclusive 

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FAQs – Know more about team building activity

How does the activity work?
Teams begin to assemble the parts provided. There are multiple components and multiple end products here so your teams would need to segregate and then assemble. In the rush to get the job done fastest, quality will take a back seat. It’s only when we get to the second and third rounds that teams will realise that this team building activity with cars is for compliance and not just speed.
What are the Learnings from this team activity on compliance?
Time Management, Collaboration, Process Improvement, Compliance, Focus on Quality, Identifying Individual and Team Roles, Situational Leadership. Whew, long list but every one of these gets highlighted through this one activity. Don’t take this up unless you can allow time for a good debrief too.


Do we get to keep the finished Products?
Aha. We were wondering when you’d ask us this question. Everyone does. Every time. They’re just that beautiful. Unfortunately, no. You don’t get to keep these wonderful finished products. And if you wanted us to order these for you, it would be a 2 month lead time.


Which Group is this team activity compliance best suited for?
As we mentioned above, you should consider putting every one of your teams through this activity. But then, we possibly say the same about every one of our activities. Don’t take our word for it. Experience it and take the call. But in short, the takeaways are so powerful that it’s not just a team building game with cars involved that make it fun. It’s about compliance and audit. It’s for customer-facing teams, it’s for project management teams and also for everyone who is not a part of either of these two groups.

In the end all your employees will say "We The Team". That's a Promise.