Business simulation is an ideal way to master the methodology of ITIL, PRINCE2, DevOps, SCRUM and others. This is arguably the most effective way to translate theoretical knowledge into practice.
The results of the Forrester research show that managerial games need to be taken seriously. Simulations on practical examples are the most effective learning style.
Each client has its specific dynamics, culture, management. We take all this and much more into account when tailoring the scenario to your needs, expectations and goals.
But it also means transforming and acquiring new habits. However, you can never get them in standard accredited courses. Their goal is to create basic knowledge on which to develop practical skills.
It is advisable to involve all those who are part of the process chain or organizational division in the game environment. Each participant can play any role of CIO, project manager, etc.
As a result, participants participate much better in the role, inputs and outputs they need. The whole team learns to interpret the theory into practice within the game levels. Everyone has a unique opportunity to use best practice to achieve goals and measurable results.
It is practically impossible to complete individual levels successfully if you do not work together as a team, solve problems together, communicate and give each other feedback.
Management simulation games are highly interactive. According to the team's skills, there are changes at all levels, problems with capacity, schedule and unexpected events arise that need to be resolved.
Your team will also address issues such as growing work demands and management requirements. Can you successfully address these issues and requirements?
Facilitator/Trainer often plays the role of customer or business. This allows the team to better confront their attitudes, attitudes and behavior.
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