RealGame provides training in Supply Chain Management and business competences in a compelling, accessible and cost-efficient way. Our unique training helps participants understand how their tasks contribute to the value chain – and to company performance.

In RealGame training, teams of 3 people run their computer-simulated manufacturing company, manage its supply chain and negotiate strategy. The aim is to purchase raw materials economically, maintain adequate inventory levels, organize production optimally and operate profitably. Team members communicate face-to-face or join a virtual meeting space (Adobe Connect). Each participant needs a computer with an internet connection.

In each training, 5-10 teams collaborate and compete on common markets. All teams have access to real-time reports on their operational performance and KPIs. They also get reports on their competitors and the market situation. Analyzing these reports helps the teams improve their operational efficiency and performance.

RealGame allows you to get the best out of your learning. Learning process is clearly structured, starting from orientation materials and getting to know your virtual team members.

Simulation training is held on 1-2 days, and it includes specialist info breaks, result sessions and other peer-to-peer learning opportunities.


RealGame training is based on learning by doing. During simulation gaming, team members consider the dynamics between processes and explain their views to each other. Knowledge creation in groups is efficient and individual learning assignments support it by enhancing understanding of shared concepts. The combination of individual and group learning yields best permanent results.

Experiential learning with RealGame simulation is compelling and motivating. Seeing the immediate effects of decisions links the learning to real life business environment.

Participant comments illustrate the effectiveness of RealGame training:

I now understand my colleagues’ daily work and how important it is. I improved my skills in SCM. The simulation was a GREAT tool to understand every step of the business and how we can achieve long term profit. All this will connect all participants to think in the same way.
– Business Development Manager

Working on the strategy with my team was a great learning experience. You gain an understanding of someone else’s view and come to an agreement as to what will be the best for your company. The team work involved is great and the results even better.
– Operations Manager

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