What skills are involved in a business simulation game?
It would be wrong to suggest that one business management game can cover all the personal and management skills involved, but different games target different skills. For example one activity might concentrate on communication, feedback, leadership and team skills whilst another will cover problem solving, decision making, managing resources and budgets.
Participants learn more than theory by practical experience, they learn about themselves and others. Team roles and skills are key components in a business management game therefore team building development is enhanced and the practical value of group dynamics is demonstrated.
By experiencing rather than discussing a model, participants gain in knowledge, competence and confidence.
"I hear I forget, I see I remember, I do I understand." - Confucius