Linking organisational values to business decision making
MANAGEMENT GAMES AND SIMULATIONS
Greater positive behavior change and learning
Build Commercial and Business Acumen with Games and Simulations
Business Simulation Games are a highly effective method for building commercial and business acumen. They draw attention to the link between the decisions a team make and the outcomes they achieve. They develop effective decision-making skills, build individual and team competence.
Do the people working in your organisation know what drives results? Do they fully understand how their decisions impact on the long-term success of the organisation?
Business Strategy Games
Do you have a strategy to move your team towards a desired goal? Being able to communicate that strategy will enable your team to align their actions with the overall goal.
You promote people with technical skills and a proven track record. To help them lead a team, develop their management skills.
How are business decisions made within your organisation? Can you be sure they reflect the organisation’s values and are ethically sound?
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Using a Business Simulation Game at Newham to assess Commercial Awareness, identify ares for development and build competency Since 2010/2011 the London Borough of Newham has faced annual funding cuts amounting to over £97m. It is facing further reductions in funding […] Read More →
There is a lot of focus on AI as a force for change but equally important are the factors referenced in this research. Globalisaiton, demographic change, urbanisation and increasing inequality. All of which will affect the world of work and the skills we need. You have to dig around the site a bit for the information but it is very informative.
A useful reminder that when a traditional product is challenged by new technology the result is not always the replacement of one item with another. It may open up new markets for the traditional product.