Learning Entrepreneurship game
“Learn entrepreneurship by playing”
The objective for each participant is to become and to remain a successful and profitable company. This requires form the participant, the development of enterpreneurship skills. These skills are demanded in this “pull” system of learning. A system where making mistakes is regarded as positive because you learn from them, while additionally you learn extra from your successes: “Success drives success”.
Methods and tools to learn by playing
Do you look for some different educational methods for teaching and learning entrepreneurship? Teaching methods with the methodology of learning by playing? Simulation role games were participants all participate? Have fun together? And validate the learning process highly? Experience learning themselves and indicate they are learning a lot?
We supply these enervating LE-Game simulations.
Participants can have unique educational experiences. Where making mistakes is regarded as positive contributing to their learning processes. Where is verified that indeed success drives success in acquiring competencies.
Playful learning in simulations which will last 1 to 6 hours (when several versions are played in a sequence, with breaks in between, of course).
LE-Game is used among other at the courses entrepreneurship in secondary schools and at polytechnics, in the course Applied Business Administration in the Bachelor.
As an event
Do you look for an event where your employees or team members learn to be more entrepreneurial?
With respect to their behavior and to their actions? Where they develop their personal networks?
Our role game simulations as has been proven, stimulate more entrepreneurial behaviour: more extrovert red (goal orientation, dominance) and yellow (influence, pleasure), as we can show with out behaviour style tests.
With our game simulations you upgrade your ‘learning’ organization. Playfully. In game simulations which last from 1 hour to 6 hours (when multiple variants are played in succession)
- Experience what it means to be an entrepreneur.
- Learn to create added value.
- Learn and experience the discovering of opportunities.
- Experience the risks of entrepreneurship.
- Experience and learn the financial (im)possibilities.
- Learn to negotiate, learn to analyze supply and demand.
- Create your own network of business partners (also useful after the game simulation).
- Develop your soft skills: LE-Game promotes entrepreneurial behavior.