Archive for BusinessWarGames

An interview with attorney Ty Beard

Ty Beard is a practicing attorney with a very different approach to deal-making, negotiations and the practice of business law. He’s a former history teacher and a military history buff, and came to war gaming as a youth in the 1970s. In this discussion he shares his insight and perspective on how war gaming as […]

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Interview with Soren Malmborg of Outcome Business War Games

Soren Malmborg is founder and CEO of Copenhagen-based Outcome Business War Games – a consulting firm dedicated to improving negotiation performance through the use of business war gaming. In this 45-minute conversation with Malmborg and my co-host Sean Murphy you will find:

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Discussion vs Dialogue

Here is a link to a good description of Discussion vs Dialogue. I found this via the DialogueMapping Yahoo! Group mail list. There are a number of good tips in the article (provided by The Henderson Group) so you should have a look at the link, but here is the description provided at the end: […]

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Is a Business War Game really a game?

What is a War Game – specifically a Business War Game? Def: A War Game is a form of simulation, often a group-based exercise in which teams (or in some cases individuals) adopt the points of view of (role-play) others whose actions cannot be known but whose influence in a specific situation may be significant.

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