Manoeuvre

 

The art of negotiation is best learnt when, individuals are constrained by resources and others are eyeing for the same set of resources for their survival. MANOEUVRE is a strategic negotiation game, where individuals learn the art and science of negotiation through ancient wisdom and modern techniques.

Manoeuvre

Learning Deliverables

 

Planning Negotiation Strategy – Perform negotiation analysis and understand the impact of decision outcomes to arrive at a payoff matrix.

Understanding dominant negotiation style – Understanding dominant negotiation style and that of peers to arrive at win-win situation.

The End Game – Handling the unexpected and altering strategies dynamically to meet objective.

Features & Benefits

Manoeuvre

Immersive Environment

The game is set in a medieval context, transporting learners to an age of ancient battlefield.

Manoeuvre

Experiential

Players learn various negotiation and decision making concepts and skills through a role playing setup.

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Analytics

The performance of every player is tracked with the aid of an individual score card, facilitating analysis of players performance.

Learning Outcomes

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    Reciprocity & Negotiation

     

    At the end of the training program, participants would understand concepts of tradeoffs and how they impact their actions towards their teams and competition.

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    Cooperation and Payoffs

     

    Every decision has an outcome and every outcome an impact. Participants understand cooperation and negotiation techniques by understanding payoffs.

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    Resource Management

     

    At the end of the training program, we guarantee that your employees would be in a position to appreciate resources and their management better.

 
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    “Working through a competitive video game teaches you a lot about how to handle winning, losing, and working with others. “

    -Megan Roberts

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    “Creativity, problem solving, critical and analytical thinking, decision making, risk taking, all found in game-based learning.”

    -Mark Grundel