One toolkit. Endless solutions. Make training and learning more exciting, more practical and valuable for organizational change and performance improvement with business simulations. This fun, experiential and effective delivery method ensures that new learning ‘sticks’. Innovate IT Best Practices Training by integrating business simulations in your traditional training offering – for example, add Control IT to your ITIL® Foundation training or complement PRINCE2® with Sharkworld®.
Business Simulation = The Power of Persuasion
When your challenge, as an IT consultant, is to convince a (prospective) client of the value of your consultancy, you have to be prepared to convince them from the kick off meeting. That’s where the impact of experiential learning through Business Simulations and Serious Games is a real game changer for your client and a differentiator for your company. Experiencing your consultancy’s approach first hand, seeing you in action, is persuasive. And business simulations help you understand your client, assess their business needs and organizational culture, and ‘speak the same language’ crucial to building trust and confidence.
Choose the Simulations That Meet Your Needs
Benefit by incorporating experiential learning exercises into traditional classroom training and leveraging this to generate new revenue streams, and adding value, by offering cost-effective solutions even in tough economic times.
Offer inspiring learning experiences that lead to high performance and lasting value
- Support culture change initiatives
- Create understanding and ‘buy-in’ for a best practice (such as ITIL, Prince2, PMI, BPM, CoBIT)
- Translate theory into practice in a concrete way
- Break down silos and create end-to-end, ‘team working’
- Empower people to capture improvements in their OWN work
Our Incident Management project would not have been successful without identifying and addressing the ABCs. Addressing culture and organizational change was a key to success and the ABC.ITIL Project & Practitioner of the Year
Even several weeks later, my team is still speaking about the value they received during the week-long visit. Our team is still showing signs of high motivation in wanting to change things.CIOHigh Education
Using the game, in a project management course for first year college students, was a great success. It allowed me to form a common base of discussion in my Project Management course, where the majority of the students have no real work experience. Creating this common base, through a well-developed online game, helps tremendously in achieving desired learning outcomes. This game is as close to reality as you can make, and fun to play on top of it!Professor Martin FolkeringFanshawe College, Canada