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 →
It's worrying to read that only 3% of executives intend to increase investment in training and reskilling. I don't think implementation of AI will deliver the results expected unless the people involved have the skills to work alongside it. A point clearly made in this article. Organisations that get ahead of the curve will have a significant advantage as the pace of change accelerates.
I think this comment is spot on "Meeting the regulation's requirements is not a problem to overcome, but an opportunity to be seized." The organisations that do this well will be gaining a competitive advantage so it's about moving towards something good rather than away from pain - a much more motivating message. Equally training around complex regulatory areas does not have to be painful it can be fun.