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Business Game is a resource which brings natural learning to management; it’s the business equivalent of the flight simulators used by pilots.

The best way to acquire a skill is to practice in a safe environment. After all, this is how we learn to walk, ride a bike or drive a car. Why should learning to run a business be any different? With the Business Game, teams are given responsibility for turning round an under-performing virtual business. They can test their knowledge, experiment with alternative strategies and assess their ability to respond to unexpected developments or tactical moves by competing teams.

For business advisers, coaches, consultants, mentors and trainers

Registered Partners can use the Business Game as a diagnostic tool - to discover what clients “don’t know they don’t know” - and a means of ensuring new knowledge is retained and applied.

For specialist subject experts

Registered Affiliates can apply to have their profiles seen by prospective clients in their chosen sector or territory.

For business-to-business organisations

Registered Associates can commission their own events or provide resources to event facilitators.

New Applications

An evening “taster” version for business networking groups

Integrated flexible course where teams prioritise and select training modules based on needs identified in the simulation

Club events with local/regional/national finals

“Business Proficiency Certificates” for entrepreneurs seeking start-up funding

Welcome to Business Game 2.0

For decades, businesses have sought better ways of quantifying and qualifying ROI in the field of learning and development. The new Business Game website makes this possible by making advanced simulations accessible and affordable for anyone, anywhere, anytime. Typical outcomes include:

  • A better understanding of how businesses actually work, specifically the interdependence of stakeholders and their different ways of communicating.
  • The importance of having a clear, unambiguous strategy and knowing how to achieve successful implementation.
  • Being sufficiently aware, flexible and adaptable to adjust tactics when the need arises.
  • Evolving a high-performance team where members take responsibility for keeping themselves and their colleagues “in the zone”.

"The beauty of simulations is that removing the consequences of mistakes liberates the learning process. That builds the confidence needed to implement change and drive improvement. Let us show you how virtual businesses can transform real ones! "

CEO, Doug Holman

BG 2.0: Virtual Online Classrooms