28 things you can learn from a team simulation

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Team simulations are excellent “Behavioural observatories” where realistic and habitual behaviour quickly shows up in participants and in their teams.

This provides facilitators with a rich range of stimuli which they can both observe and proactively intervene in key leadership performance areas such as the 7 below:

  1. Working in Teams
  2. Individual Styles
  3. Simulation Briefings & Updates
  4. Facilitation & Role Plays
  5. Balanced Scorecards
  6. System Dynamics
  7. Experiential Learning

The learning opportunities in each of these areas is broken down into specifics in the diagram.

For this reason such simulations can be very powerful multi-dimensional learning platforms!


Dashboard Simulations supercharge learning and behaviour change through team-based simulation games which use both intra-team collaboration and inter-team competition to produce significant, measurable improvements in the participants’ performance back at the workplace.

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