Article by Ken Thompson, 06 Apr 2017
The webinar discusses the key business drivers behind rapidly growing market for business simulation games, game-based learning, gamification and informal learning. I then quickly review a couple of examples live iThink business simulation games and conclude with an “under the bonnet” review of the ten key aspects of iThink which must be mastered to build simulation games. You can watch a recording of the full webinar below:
A full copy of the webinar slides plus a select bibliography plus a set of questions and answers from the session can be downloaded from the ISEE website.
Ken is a practitioner, author and speaker on Leadership, Collaborative Working, High Performing Teams, Change Management, Project Management and Business Acumen. His work has featured in major publications including The Guardian , Wired Magazine, The Huffington Post and The Henry Ford Magazine. Ken has also spoken at many international events including TEDx, the Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI), Learn Tech (London) and NASA.
Ken is Managing Director of Business Simulations Ltd.
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