Well of course the curators of a Play in the time of Crisis course will say yes. It would be foolish not to. Regardless, the answer is yes.
Crisis a reactive change and follows the change path but often on a speedier level and with a lot more emphasis on communication.
Play brings out the best when things seem their worst. During a crisis, whether internal or external facing, you need the super team of knowledgeable people working together with no hierarchy. You need the message to be concise for distribution and consistent from all parties. The easiest way to break down the barriers is playfully. Using group dynamics, a healthy dose of Kotter and effective games, we will master the crisis regardless of size and audience.