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Quick Overview:

A business game is an interactive structured training activity with specially
created conditions, which is an extension of the case-based learning methodology. The training is a challenging and enjoyable tool to develop skills
and to improve individual and team performance in the workplace. Like any
business, games should involve people, resources and processes with an aim
to give partcipants an experience comparable to one in real-life. The simulation makes the business environment come alive by showing participants
the outcomes of their decisions and thus provides a forum for discussion
based on decisions and outcomes, rather than just decisions.

Additional Information

About MBG Leadership Training
MBG is a powerful learning tool that develops
leadership knowledge and skills on several levels and
creates a highly effective learning experience in leadership.
By the end of this simulation, participants will acknowledge
the following:

  • The impact of both role-based and non-role-based leadership
    has on a team’s performance.
  • How their own style of leadership affects team members.
  • Their own ability to demonstrate leadership.

Game Helps Trainees to Develop Their Abilities in:

  • Decision Making.
  • Motivation.
  • Team Building.
  • Risk Taking.
  • Communication.
  • Conflict Management.
  • Planning. 
  • Power Influence.
  • Resource Utilization.
  • Group Dynamics.

The trainers will divide the attendees into several teams, upon which each
team will represent a region. During their regional management mandate of
one year (slots of four quarters), that region should, through planning, collaboration, and role distribution within the team, achieve a preset target that
they will receive from their instructor. Throughout that exercise, the instructor will change the dynamics of the teams and will change the work environment to expose the trainees to new conditions. By the end of this game, the
trainees will experience all the dimensions of leadership and explore new
approaches to perform their jobs.
That exciting game environment enables different teams to explore their
members’ personality and skills, and encourages less engaged members
towards a more inclusive work environment that promotes teamwork and
team performance.