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1 TEAM ENTERPRISE

2 Morning Apprentices You have been selected as the best candidates with the correct vision and entrepreneurship required to complete the challenge successfully. You will be working in teams!

3 Brief The Welsh Assembly Government have tasked you to promote the National Museum of Wales You have been asked to design a game that young people will enjoy and ensure the history of Welsh industry is not forgotten.

4 Wales Do you understand how significant Wales’ role was in changing and shaping Britain? What is Wales famous for?

5 Traditional Dress

6 Flags, Leeks and Daffodils

7 Hen Wlad fy Nhadau

8 Lakes and Mountains

9 Agriculture

10 Coal, Copper, Slate and Gold

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12 Wednesday Lesson 2

13 “My model for business is The Beatles. They were four guys who kept each others’ kind of negative tendencies in check. They balanced each other and the total was greater than the sum of the parts. That's how I see business: great things in business are never done by one person, they're done by a team of people.” Steve Jobs Teams

14 Team Working Booklet: Create a folder within My Documents titled “Team Enterprise” and download and save from the intranet the file entitled “Team Working Booklet”

15 Using the headings below, rank in order the most important benefits of working in a team. Add any of the class’s ideas to this list Creativity Satisfaction Skills Speed Support Sounding board The benefit of working as a team:

16 Flexible Takes part Shares ideas Reliable Problem solver Participates Commited Good communicator Good listener Using the headings below, discuss and make notes on how these qualities help teams work together. How many of these qualities do you possess? The qualities of an effective team member:

17 Using the headings below, work in a team to prioritise which qualities are most important (1 low importance - 5 high importance). Flexibility?Taking Part?Reliability? Sharing Ideas?Being Creative?Commitment? Solving Problems?Participating?Good Communication? LowerHigher LowerHigher LowerHigher The qualities of a team:

18 Moves the team to achieve its task Recorder Timekeeper Facilitator Team member Don't have specific responsibilities, but their participation is critical to the team's success. Keeps everybody on track Monitors how long the team is taking to accomplish its tasks. Provide regular updates to the team on how well or poorly they are using their time. Work with the team leader, facilitator and others to make new time schedules if the agenda has to be adjusted Keeps notes, records decisions 5 All teams require team members to fill specific, defined roles. Match each of the five team roles on the left, to the correct job responsibilities on the right. Leader Team Roles & Responsibilities:

19 https://www.enterprisecatalyst.co.uk Key: Enterprise Fuel Motivation and Drive Capacity to Self Determine Willingness to Learn Do you possess the attributes needed to succeed in enterprise? Take the following skills test and find out! Skills Test: Download and save your report into your recently created Folder.

20 Team Enterprise Booklet: Download and save from the intranet the file entitled “Working with Others Booklet” into your already existing “Team Enterprise” folder.

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23 Wednesday Lesson 3

24 The National Museum Wales is a Welsh Government sponsored body that comprises nine museums in Wales National Museum of Wales Makes history Works with other organisations Holds events Opens tourist attractions Encourages volunteers, apprentices, work experience

25 National Museum Cardiff St Fagans: National History Museum, Cardiff Big Pit National Coal Museum, Blaenavon

26 National Woollen Museum National Slate Museum, Llanberis National Roman Legionary Museum, Caerleon

27 National Waterfront Museum, Swansea National Collections Centre, Nantgarw Turner House Gallery, Penarth [1]

28 Pair 1…Research information on the 9 museums for your game (see next slide) Pair 2…Research popular board games and complete Inspiring games worksheet Pair 3…Prepare list of 6 questions to ask a designer to help you design your game Research Task:

29 Research into each museum. Suggested information ( copy & paste into a file); Photos Map What to do there Opening times Admission price Who it will appeal to (target customer) Map showing all 9 museums Pair 1:Research Information

30 Complete the Inspiring games worksheet Research popular board games Pair 2:Board Games

31 Prepare at least 6 questions to ask the “designer” to help you come up with good business ideas E.G What is your first stage when you have to design something? How do you record your information? How much detail do you include? Pair 3:Interview

32 Wednesday Lesson 5

33 What is an Enterprise?: An enterprise is another name for a business Enterprise describes the actions of someone who shows some initiative by taking a risk by setting up, investing in and running a business. Welsh Baccalaureate Business Enterprise Competition 2013

34 Dog Biscuits Servic e Produc t Welsh Baccalaureate Business Enterprise Competition 2013 Services & Products: Cleaner Servic e Produc t Vegetables Servic e Produc t Chef Servic e Produc t Beach Holiday Servic e Produc t Postage Stamps Servic e Produc t Dog Walker Servic e Produc t Vacuum Cleaner Servic e Produc t Which of the following do you think are products and which services?

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37 Wednesday Lesson 6 2 students to design and produce a questionnaire 1 student to produce a tally sheet on excel ready for Thursday morning 3 students to begin designing/recording game ideas for 3 games.

38 Find out : Age range Male/ Female What they do? Teacher, student Which of the three business ideas would they buy How much they are willing to spend on the product/service Welsh Baccalaureate Business Enterprise Competition 2013 Produce a short questionnaire to find out who will buy this product/service. Market Research:

39 Thursday Lesson 1 Task 1 (20 mins) 2 students to tally up questionnaire results and enter onto excel spreadsheet 4 students to continue working on 3 business ideas Task 2 All students hold a meeting (record minutes on sheet) and decide on final business idea Task 3 Complete pages 9,10 & 11 of WWO booklet

40 Use blank minutes of meeting sheet to record meeting Team Working Booklet

41 What is the point of having the meeting? How often do the team need to meet? How will the team let everyone know there is a meeting? Who needs to come to the meeting? Who will run the meetings? Where will the meetings take place? Team Meeting Discussion Points: Welsh Baccalaureate Business Enterprise Competition 2013

42 Names of those attending Date and Time of the meeting Review of progress so far Decisions made Main points Actions and who is responsible Date for the next meeting Recording a Meeting - Checklist: Welsh Baccalaureate Business Enterprise Competition 2013

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46 Thursday Lesson 2 & 3 Complete pages 12 and 13 of WWO booklet Finalise design of chosen game, to include; Sketch of game (hand drawn or using “Paint”) Instructions on how game works Packaging – Use worksheet in team working booklet)

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50 Thursday Lesson 4 Produce costing for the game Complete Costing sheet in Team Working Booklet Team Meeting 3 – use blank minutes sheet and complete pages 18 and 19 of WWO booklet

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53 Cost & Price the Enterprise Activity: Running a business costs money. To be successful in business you need to plan your finances. You need to determine how much it will cost you to produce your product or service. Do you need to buy / hire equipment? Do you need to buy materials? Will it cost National Museum Wales more in overhead costs such as heating, wages etc? Welsh Baccalaureate Business Enterprise Competition 2013

54 Cost & Price the Enterprise Activity: Estimate the costs of producing and selling a game that would appeal to young people, you could use the costing menu to help you complete this activity. Expenditure for Enterprise Activity Item / ServiceCost (£) Total:

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57 Thursday Lesson 5 Produce a PowerPoint presentation of your final business idea to deliver to the judges next lesson. To include; Name of business Logo? Description of the game Description of the packaging Costing sheet


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