Business Game: Pirates of Forgotten Islands
- Date: 19/06/2019
- Language: Russian
- Time: 16:00 - 19:00
- Fee:free of change for EBA members
EBA Kyiv Office, (1A Andriivskyi Uzviz, STEFES Conference Hall)
Registration is closed!
The game will take you to the beginning of the XVII century in the waters near the archipelago of Forgotten Islands. European states are trying to establish trade between the New and the Old World, and merchant ships loaded with exotic goods and gold swim here almost without protection. In this game, you will try yourself in the role of pirates, who, along with other adventurers, have come to these seas for easy money. During the trip, everyone will get their position on the ship, and will have to help the team achieve its main goal – to earn as many gold dwarfs as possible. The excitement of this adventure is waiting for you on the Forgotten Islands!
EBA Management Development Center team together with BizGames invite you to join the Business Game: Pirates of Forgotten Islands.
Business game “Pirates of Forgotten Islands” is aimed at developing the following skills:
- Team interaction. The game is very dynamic, so for the victory you need to adjust the work of your crew and agree on cooperation with other pirate teams.
- Decision-making. During each stage of the game, you need to think through the strategy, build an effective route and solve other difficulties in order to reach the goal.
- Risk and resource management. In the game, you must constantly keep track of the resources you need to travel, as well as react to the unexpected events that the sea brings to you.
Main partner: BizGames
Target audience: HR, department managers, business owners, businessmen and entrepreneurs.
- Meeting inside the team
- Move on a game map
- Summing up.
Registration is obligatory. To become a participant, please, click the «Register» button. Only the users of the EBA site can register at the event. Number of listeners is limited. Should you have any questions, please, write at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (044) 496-06-01.