More and more businesses are turning to business games and simulations to create lasting behavioural change amongst their employees.
Simulations and games are recognised as a safe way to help people learn about themselves and the impact the decisions they take have on business operations and profitability today and in the future.
Business simulation: n. A device through which individuals learn about how businesses and organisations work, and which enables them to improve their performance within their organisation through the development of business and/or inter-personal skills.
A winning formula
As a specialist practitioner we understand that creating a simulation that drives real change takes time and energy and an acute understanding of the organisation, its market and the future direction the company is heading in. In our guide ‘The ultimate guide to building business games and simulations that work’ ’ we unpack the vital ingredients for a winning formula.
A three step process for business games and simulations that work
We explain the three steps to follow when designing a simulation including:
- Analysing the business challenge, agreeing the outcomes required and defining any constraints
- Creating a prototype, which includes determining the best game method to use, the experience you need to deliver and the initial design
- The testing and deployment process, which includes gathering feedback from the target audience and fine tuning the game so it can be used time and again.
Packed with useful examples and case studies, this ultimate guide will give leaders the confidence to design a game that instigates positive organisational change and delivers lasting results.
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