We gave our staff very few instructions, and unlike my GAFE group, they slowly started to wander around the room, looking for things that might be clues, with a little apprehension and a hint of "What the $^&#* are you having me do here?" in the air. Then a couple of team members took charge, and devised a plan to gather all of the clues at one table. As the clues came in, team members began to gather around and work collaboratively at solving them. The results of this methodology was pretty interesting. The clues were all piled on one table, and then the more gregarious team members soon formed a pretty tight circle around the table, and the more introverted team members floated around the outside. Twice we heard outsiders suggest ideas that were in fact correct solutions to a clue, only to be drowned out by the energy and drive of the inner circle members. In Seoul at the GAFE session, we had worked all over the room, calling out to one another when we needed to communicate. Unknowingly, I think that that might have given more people more access to the information and therefore allowed them to become more involved.