7 GOOD REASONS TO USE A GAME OR SIMULATION
These 7 good reasons are part of the new standard 'Gamification for Business'. This book provides an overview of seven obstinate organizational challenges and why game or simulation approaches can be an effective method to overcome these challenges.
7 CRUCIAL CRITERIA WHEN DEVELOPING A GAME OR SIMULATION
At InContext Business Simulations we work with the following crucial criteria when we design, develop, build and facilitate high impact games and simulations: recognizable, relevance, freedom, applicable, competition and cooperation, safety and challenge, life-time experience.
Developing based on systems thinking
Our company simulations and business simulation games are developed based on systems thinking as explained by Peter Senge in his book The fifth discipline (Senge 1990). Systems thinking helps us understand the complex and non-linear relationship between cause and effect and so to pinpoint learning disabilities in organizations. These learning disabilities can lead to an incorrect understanding of what is going on.