Paintball activity - an analogy of strategic planning

Oceania MOSO III participants were part of a unique paintball skirmish game after unit 1 of their training.  With a heavy focus on fun and physical activity given the long hours of training, the activity was also an opportunity to bring home the importance of strategic planning, developing SMART objectives and strategies and operationalising their plans to reach their vision.

The pictures tell us all of the whole experience.



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