Phoenix Project for Business focuses on business agility and emphasizes knowledge sharing, experimental culture, and the speed of value delivery. The simulation aims at creating a safe environment where participants can experience digitalization and modern organization challenges. Furthermore, the simulation enables the participants to experiment with different models to bring solutions to current challenges. As an end result, these new working methods could be implemented in their organization after the game.
The simulation can be carried out virtually or in a classroom setting. The virtual simulation also allows strengthening collaboration and communication in times of remote work.
5-8 people participate in the game, forming an imaginary business team. At the beginning of the game, the team gets used to the new way of working and experiences some traditional challenges, including a lack of common goals and slow work progress.
During the simulation, the team systematically uses continuous learning and fast feedback cycles, allowing them to experience how agile ways of working could benefit them. They get hands-on experience on how business is affected when work is organized based on value streams, creating visibility through transparency, and defined principles for prioritization.
After the game, the team will have a better understanding of their organization’s challenges, paired with an experience of how the agile principles and DevOps may improve their operations, leading to increased value.
Goals for the simulation can be defined case by case.
The general objectives are:
To understand why and how the business unit should be part of the change process
To understand the value in visualization and systems thinking
To recognize bottlenecks and benefits in creating better flow in work
To improve communication and collaboration of people working remotely
Business executives and managers, management roles in finance, HR and marketing, and IT management collaborating with business units.
Duration: 4 hours (classroom), 2 x 4 hours (virtual)
Minimum number of participants: 5
Maximum number of participants: 8
Price per game: 2450 € including license cost (excl. VAT)
The simulation game can be carried out in Finnish or English; the material is in English.
Cancellation has to be done 14 days before the course starts to avoid costs. Cancellations made later than 14 days prior to the course will be charged 50 % of the course price. In case of no show the full price is charged. The organizer reserves the right to cancel or postpone the course if the minimum number of participants is not reached.