2 Day Analyses
Learn more about our special action learning program, based on the principles of Open-Book Management.
2 Day Analyses
A Business Savvy Game starts with a two-day Opportunity Analysis workshop, where participants set a target for the next 100 days. This target is in line with an overall long-term goal to create added value across the organization.
Participants decide on how best to achieve that target. Each team creates a scoreboard with a clear view on progress towards the target and the long-term goal. The scoreboards, crafted by the teams through a creative and fun process, are crucial to keeping track during daily and weekly updates.
Let the Games begin!
Real-life, no simulation, Business Savvy Games speed up both learning and business performance by incorporating forecasting as a learning tool and impacting the day-to-day activities of the organization. By making the right connections throughout the value chain, breakthrough insights, decisive actions and improved instant results will be achieved.
At the end of each Business Savvy Game, we evaluate the process for improvement, decide upon the next Business Savvy Game - and celebrate the success.
A Real - Life Game of 100 Days
During the 100 days real-life Business Savvy Games we deliver a mixture of coaching, consultancy, advice and training for the employees as well as for the management. Our ultimate goal is that the employees will learn how to start their own Business Savvy Games so that they can continuously learn and improve the sustainable results of the organization.
We also measure the progress on People, Process and Profit. Our special Business Savvy Game App keeps everyone involved and drives the dialogue on results. Everyone learns how they can contribute to the overall performance of their company. In this way, we create top-line results together with enhanced engagement so that the organization and all its stakeholders can continue to grow. And we make it fun!
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