Green & Great

Explore the connection between sustainability
and business success

Green & Great

Explore the connection between sustainability
and business success

 
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Why?

Nature, economy, society, wellbeing… how are they interconnected and why should we take them into account in the profit-oriented world we live in?
With the growing interest in sustainable development and corporate ethics, entrepreneurs have to manage more than just the profits. And at the end of the day, only the green become the great!

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How?

The problems the business world faces today require playful and innovative thinking.
With simulation games, you can easily engage your audience in business reality where dynamic changes demand dynamic response. Dive into this complex world and experience the full spectrum of challenges without bearing the real costs of your decisions.

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What?

Green&Great is a simulation game in which players assume the roles of managers in large consulting firms. 
Their companies compete for clients and seek to make a profit, while achieving social goals and reducing environmental impacts. 
By facing the consequences of their own decisions, players learn and experience the importance of business sustainability as a source of competitive advantage.

 

Why?

Nature, economy, society, wellbeing… how are they interconnected and why should we take them into account in the profit-oriented world we live in?
With the growing interest in sustainable development and corporate ethics, entrepreneurs have to manage more than just the profits. And at the end of the day, only the green become the great!

How?

The problems the business world faces today require playful and innovative thinking.
With simulation games, you can easily engage your audience in business reality where dynamic changes demand dynamic response. Dive into this complex world and experience the full spectrum of challenges without bearing the real costs of your decisions.

 
 

What?

Green&Great is a simulation game in which players assume the roles of managers in large consulting firms. 
Their companies compete for clients and seek to make a profit, while achieving social goals and reducing environmental impacts. 
By facing the consequences of their own decisions, players learn and experience the importance of business sustainability as a source of competitive advantage.

See how to bring sustainability to life in a business context!

Benefits

<strong>Engage and entertain <br>your audience</strong>

Engage and entertain
your audience

… by combining an advanced business simulation with the thrill of competition.

<strong>Get to know <a href="http://atkisson.com/tools/">the Sustainability Compass</a></strong>

Get to know the Sustainability Compass

created to help organizations aim towards sustainability.

<strong >Trigger the change<br> of attitudes and actions</strong>

Trigger the change
of attitudes and actions

… by linking intellectual and emotional engagement in an interactive environment.

<strong>Gain an accessible <br>and easy to play tool</strong>

Gain an accessible
and easy to play tool

 at any time and in any place, within minutes after purchasing a license.

<strong>Experience complex business reality</strong>

Experience complex business reality

… by testing various strategic assumptions related to sustainable business operations.

<strong> Practice strategic and leadership skills</strong>

Practice strategic and leadership skills

… by developing more intuition about how to make more effective decisions.

What participants say

  • “The game is great for consulting company teams or for businesses that  are working towards, and trading in, the sustainable development field. The game creates  good opportunities for insight into how business is transforming and can help enrich the dialogue with business related to public-private partnerships.”

    Gillian Martin Mehers
    the Founder of Bright Green Learning @Atadore SARL

  • “The game was a great way to introduce the sustainability concepts and to show how different sectors (economy, environment, etc.) are inter-related.”

    Maria
    Economics student

Technical details

1 – 3 hours
(depending on the number of players and the time for debriefing)

from 3 to 24 players

1 computer for each player or team of players,
internet access

Pay €50 and use the game for the whole day!

Green&Great is available in English, German and Polish.

Together with the access, you will receive additional instructions and PowerPoint presentation that you can use during the workshop.

Take part in the game training

We offer online game execution training sessions.
Contact us for the details.

 
 

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