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Teaching

Enjoy teaching with RealGame, a versatile and engaging business simulation game! Universities and university colleges apply RealGame to teaching key aspects of business administration, production management, logistics, enterprise information systems, business communication, management accounting, and more. RealGame is ideal for online and blended learning and for classroom teaching.

Cloud-based and scalable

Pedagogically sound and research-based

Helps develop digital teaching and learning

We help you to structure your course with RealGame. You can plan your whole course around RealGame or illustrate your main subject with it. RealGame teachers have access to teaching and learning resources that help to structure a course with RealGame and to streamline the learning process. Our planning tools, materials and online support help you start teaching with RealGame. Teachers also receive tips on how to promote students’ active engagement and to encourage them to apply their knowledge on problem-solving!

How it works

Learning with RealGame is engaging and motivating because it connects the learning experience and real-life challenges in a powerful and coherent way. RealGame provides for a collaborative hands-on experience that fosters both knowledge and skills in business and SCM as well as essential work life competencies.

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Setting up a game and assigning students to teams is quick and easy.

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Student teams negotiate, make decisions and manage their simulation companies online. They find tips and information in the simulation. 

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Teaching resources and assignments support teaching and learning with RealGame. 

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Result sessions illustrate and benchmark student teams' performance. Students learn to analyse and plan with KPIs.

 

RealGame applications

Basics of Business

Basics of Business with RealGame equips students with a comprehensive understanding of business dynamics and how different operative decisions contribute to business performance. Students understand the linkages between business functions and materials management and their connection to cash flow and profit. At the same time, students learn to balance the supply chain from purchases to customer deliveries.

Level: undergraduate students in business and other disciplines.

Supply Chain Management

Students learn to coordinate procurement, inventory, production, and deliveries in a supplier-to-customer supply chain. At the same time, they learn and understand basic concepts of Supply Chain Management, such as logistics, cost of purchasing, inventory management, bill of material, customer demand, delivery accuracy and more. Through RealGame students learn to balance the supply chain from purchases to customer deliveries and understand the importance of end-to-end visibility.

Level: undergraduate and graduate students in business and industrial engineering.

Capstone Course for Business Studies

RealGame links various business areas together and shows how these are connected to the company as whole. Students grasp the basic business functions and their connections, and understand the role of enterprise planning (ERP) system in managing a company.

RealGame illustrates networked supply chains, where trust is a key component to successful professional relationships. Students learn to utilize Business Intelligence and to analyze and apply Key Performance Indicators (KPI) for developing their business. A perfect antidote for silo thinking and sub-optimization!

Level: undergraduate and graduate students in business and industrial engineering.

Data Analytics and Business Intelligence

Each RealGame session generates volumes of transaction-specific data on purchases, manufacturing processes, deliveries, cash events and accounting entries. Linking the gaming experience to the analysis of these data adds to the realism and authenticity, and provides students a meaningful and effective learning experience.

In addition, RealGame’s Business Intelligence (BI) tool comes with the same features as modern BI tools in ERP systems, allowing students to analyze company performance in light of nearly 50 key performance indicators (KPI). This is a powerful way of learning how business processes and KPIs contribute to each other!

Level: undergraduate and graduate students in business and industrial engineering.

 
 
 
 

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