Project Risk Game - Practice Risk Management Skills
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- Great for team events and students of project management
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- Teach Project Risk Management
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The Project Risk Game is intriguing and engaging. The game board, risk cards, and game pieces grabs attention. This helps put learners in the right mindset to interact and learn. Even the most experienced project managers are disarmed and charmed. It strikes a balance between educating and entertaining the learner. The game helps you think about projects differently. Brain churning equals learning. The game activities prompt learners to think, act, analyze, and question how the risks are being handled on their own projects. Repeated plays can actually train a learner's brain to scan through the risk strategy options almost automatically when they occur in real projects. Discovering and concluding occurs organically. Participants are able to draw their own conclusions. The simulation helps bridge game outcomes with their selected strategies. Learners tend to get many insights from the simulation rather than taking away only one or two lessons. Participants are able to start playing the game after a very short introduction. The games complexities do not all need to be understood in order to start playing, but they help keep it interesting further into the simulation. Learners can and do enjoy replaying Project Risk. It can be played once or repeatedly. There are no tricks or secrets that are revealed. Players may change the risk cards to change the simulation project. Learners encounter the project risks, including budget and team issues, in terms of meaningful observations, feelings, and reactions. Experiential learning is proven to be the most effective approach to long-term learning. The risk strategies used in Project Risk are the same strategies that are taught in the Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge and tested for in the Project Management Professional (PMP) certification exam. Learners use the vocabulary that we are trying to reinforce regarding risk, including positive and negative risk strategies, triggers, and probabilities.
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