Day 2 had just begun, and someone said “can’t we do this in the open air?” And the next minute, everyone stepped out of the hall.
Especially. And it was time to discuss organisational health at RED.
While honesty was still the best-ranked policy, RED decided to leave no stone unturned to come a close second with its policies. This meant that team A was put to work on policies like onboarding, leaves, exit, etc., and they came up with some pretty interesting ideas.
They had to come up with a system for Rewards
Unlike the conventional retreats, RED didn’t have 'food for thought' on offer but instead, it encouraged an unadulterated thought for food, and just food.
That is, the main responsibilities of the Internal and External teams
It was just the time when answers started coming up.
To sum up their responses...
After some long sessions of brainstorming, the team got their much-needed snack break. The conversations around this time were mostly focused on their hunger to do something big, like having dinner.
This was the time some of the team members were asked to design an organisational structure for the new RED (to be discussed in the upcoming reads).
A few others were asked to finalise the MTP for BluOne. And here’s what they came up with:
And the remaining were asked to take the quiz from the ExO book. Here’s how RED fared:
*For reference - ExOs achieve scores over 55/84 (almost there :D)
Same, nom-nom, yum-yum but in Nehru Place this time.