Managing Different Horizons Game

Managing Different Horizons Game

Managing Different Horizons Game

Goal of the game
The goal of the Managing Different Horizons Game is to connect strategy and operations. Namely by looking at the roles, talents and result areas of people within the organisation.

Why use this business game within your company?
Does your organisation need to go from strategy to implementation? And also to define roles and then clearly put the associated result areas on paper? Human Insight has developed a business game to move from strategic choices to implementation. Who does what within the organisation? This business game is easy to roll out for different teams. The business game only takes 1 day to put people’s talents in the right place. And also to get started with the right things.

The Managing Different Horizons Game is ideal for teams with issues surrounding strategic goals and result areas. First, the strategic goals are mapped out during this business game. Then see what actions are involved. And finally, gain insight into which roles are involved. Team members then translate the strategic elements into measurable result areas and actions for themselves. Finally, at the end of this day, participants will have a good idea of the division of roles. In addition, they then have an action plan for the time period that has been agreed for this. The work process also provides a measurable instrument. This allows progress and feedback to be tracked over the coming period. Then monitor success.


Developers: Sebastian Hamers and Nicolas Smoolenaars
Participants: At least 1 group of 5-12 people.
Price per group starting: On request
8 hours
Suitable for:

  • Teams
  • Management teams
  • Project teams


Before the game, make sure to:

  • AEM-CubeĀ® profiles;
  • 3-horizons work document;
  • Beamer;
  • Inspiring location to work in (with offline session).

Human Insight ensures:

  • Supervisor(s);
  • AEM-Cube team images.

What are you learning?

  • Firstly, insight into talent, result areas and also the roles of participants;
  • Second, a communication framework for strategy, tactics and operational activities for teams;
  • In addition, from mission-driven to impact on the organisation. Clear agreements on which KPIs are needed to subsequently shape strategic objectives;
  • Finally, insight into organisational bottlenecks and growth opportunities of the company.
Managing DIfferent Horizons Game
Managing DIfferent Horizons Game
Managing DIfferent Horizons Game
Managing DIfferent Horizons Game
Managing DIfferent Horizons Game