Whether the venue is Denver's LoDo district, New Orleans' French Quarter, San Francisco's Chinatown, a tropical island or somewhere under the sea, treasure hunting has an almost irresistible attraction: as old, perhaps, as civilization itself. From Odysseus' journey to the search for the Holy Grail, from Robert Louis Stevenson's "Treasure Island" to Poe's "The Gold Bug" to the hunt for the Titanic, people have long been enthralled with the solving of clues, the unveiling of mysteries, and the promise of adventure (and glorious prizes). The blood quickens as we follow the map, or the trail of breadcrumbs, knowing we're nearing our pot of gold. With their almost inherent allure, treasure and scavenger hunts have, for years, been a staple of the corporate party and picnic scene. Under-utilized, however, are the team aspects of the treasure hunt model. With just a bit of ingenuity, treasure hunts can be adapted for a more "practical," bottom-line purpose: that of helping organizations build high performance work teams.

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