Case Study by Ken Thompson, 06 Apr 2017
ISEE Systems, the developer of the iThink/Stella business simulation tools, has published reviews of two of Dashboard Simulation's online/offline collaboration games developed using the ithink platform.
These team games enable companies to share their own best practice (learn from others) in a way that really sticks and to put staff into difficult but realistic decision-making situations where if they make a mistake it does not cost the business!
Read the article Playing to Learn: Dashboard Simulations uses iThink® to create games that teach important business lessons
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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