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Dear Readers,

Thank you for coming here!

We had a team building event last week.

While it could be called a competition, it was a very casual one, because it quickly became clear that our performances heavily depended on the tool we got allocated.

The tools were supposed to be identically efficient.

They were not!

So the casual competition became even more casual.

Most of us did not care about winning at all.

The prize for winners were not attractive anyway.

Instead, we focused on interacting with our colleagues and having fun.

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As the game went on, to our surprise, we could not help noticing how fiercely the two VPs, highest management present that day and oldest among us (50s and 60s), competed against each other.

They were observing which tools were the most efficient and demanded them