Step into the intriguing banking world! In ‘The Banker’ Business Game, participants deal with liquidity, finances, relationships, capital requirements and taking responsible risks. Every team represents a bank. All banks have their own balance sheet. With this starting position, everyone’s objective is to increase the balance sheet while letting the bank remain healthy. The bank who can comply with its payment obligations and at the same time makes the most profit, wins!
This Business Game is played in multiple rounds. The banks want to bring in savers to maintain a positive balance and to make a profit. The higher the offered interest rate, the more savers will be brought in. Afterwards, the banks can invest in assets such as mortgages, obligations, projects, stocks and real estate. However, do they consider the term and interest risks? What will happen when savers want to withdraw cash at the same time? Banks can loan money between themselves, or they can even take over another bank. Will the participants assess all risks before sealing a deal? Determine your direction and go for gold!
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Data Quality / Information Transfer / Precision
Participants learn why a good information transfer and the right qualitative data are important. It deals extensively with the collaboration between departments and their inter-dependency. Can we all be on the same page to reach our common goal? If everyone plays their part, constructing a road network should be an easy to achieve objective!
Agile / Scrum Framework / Task Allocation
Ready? Set... Go! In three thrilling sprints teams will build their own holiday resort while facing the twelve principles of the Agile Manifest and the Scrum Framework. Who knows how to correctly prioritize all the while staying flexible enough? Who has the best holiday resort design and the most creative organization? And which team will track of the client’s needs and ask the right questions? That team is ready for Agile!