Psychodrama is a method focused on action as a tool for learning. It is an approach that seeks to promote play and spontaneity as essential coping resources. In psychodramatic role plays, the consultees choose to portray roles representative of various parts of their self, including physical sensations, emotions, thoughts and speech itself. "Supporting actors" who voice feelings not articulated by the protagonists enrich the experience by connecting the individual story to what is going on in other teams, in the organization or in the broader culture. Group sociometry is used for mapping individual and group strengths and learning resources which are represented physically through the relative locations of the participants in the room.

For more on these management consulting tools, see Manager Consulting and Psychodrama and the sources under Further Reading.