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  • IBDL Business Simulation Games
    DRIVING MANAGEMENT PERFORMANCE
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 an 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 participants 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.

Why Use IBDL Simulations

A Fun Learning Environment
Our simulations create a competitive environment and an enjoyable way of learning core business concepts
Increased Retention of Knowledge
Through putting key theoretical concepts into practice, participants are able to retain knowledge in a more effective way than the traditional learning methods
Enhanced Teamwork
Students will be required to analyze and debate with their teammates concerning various issues. Together, teams must make decisions to stay ahead of the game

WIN Vs War

WIN vs WAR team building exercise
WIN Vs War is a powerful learning tool that develops Strategic Thinking and Planning 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 game helps trainees to develop their abilities in:
Negotiation Skills
Leadership Skills
Strategic Thinking Capabilities
Communication Skills
Organization Skills
Planning Capabilities

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.
The game helps trainees to develop their abilities in:
Decision Making.
Team Building.
Communication
Planning
Resource Utilization
Motivation
Risk Taking
Conflict Management
Power Influence
Group Dynamics
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