Build Your United Nations
Team build a nation
We use one world as a metaphor for your organization in the ‘Build Your United Nations’ Business Game. The world consists of numerous countries. Your goal is to build a prosperous world with happy inhabitants. Every country’s secondary goal is to make their country the very best!
To make the inhabitants happy, countries need to purchase and build the best assets, such as roads, hospitals, universities and hotels. To buy these, the teams require money, resources and labour. But beware: some countries only have access to money, while others have resources and labour in their possession. In short, the teams need each other to be able to buy their desired provisions. Cooperation and negotiation is key to achieve your goals. Nearing the end, teams will visualize their assets by building them on a huge world map. Various incidents threaten the prosperity of the nations, but through efficient cooperation between all teams, the world can be saved from disaster!
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Supply Chain / Process Management / Communication
Participants represent competing airplane manufacturers and competing airlines. It is all about planning, communication, and making profits while creating and maintaining a sustainable relationship with your customers. After all, if your customers aren’t happy, it could have severe consequences for your company…
Project Management / Communication / Flexibility
Build your road to success! Two project teams battle against each other while building a route from A to B. Which team manages to round off the project within the set time, budget, required quality and other necessities? The visible competition brings out the best in the participants!
Change Management / Flexibility / Strategy
Land ahoy! Teams steer their own merchant ships and try to sell their wares for the best price. But nothing is as treacherous as the sea. The ship can find itself in unexpected circumstances. The teams that can go with the flow and are able to continuously adjust their objectives, will successfully reach their destination!