Mission-Driven Priorities Game

Mission-Driven Priorities Game

Mission-Driven Priorities Game

Goal of the game
The goal of the Mission-Driven Priorities Game is to translate strategy into operation.

Why use this business game within your company?
From strategy to operation is often a difficult task. But there are handles that can help you get started from idea to implementation. We call this Mission-Driven Priorities (MDP). A process in which you are guided step by step in the realisation of strategic themes into operation. And then make the move to who does what within the organisation. Organisations use strategic sessions to steer the organisation. And also to think about performance. In addition, to see whether the organisation is carrying out its plans. And this is where MDP finds its unique optimal place. MDP also facilitates group discussions based on the expressed visions and strategy. And also makes it measurable and quantifiable for the employees of the organisation.

Description
The Mission-Driven Priorities Game is a business game specially developed to translate strategic issues into operations. This is one of the gaps that many management teams encounter. How do we translate strategic issues into operations? How do we then involve our people in this? And what impact do strategic choices have on business operations? In other words, the MDP process is particularly good at testing assumptions. In addition, also in ‘passing on’ strategy to result areas. Result areas that are subsequently assigned to the responsible teams and departments.

Downloads

Developer: Human Insight
Participants: At least 1 group of 5-12 people.
Price per group starting: On request
Duration:
16 hours
Suitable for:

  • Teams
  • Management teams
  • Project teams

Supplies

Before the game, make sure to:

  • Flip charts or whiteboard;
  • Beamer.

Human Insight then ensures:

  • Game material;
  • Supervisor(s).

What are you learning?

  • Firstly, insight into strategic impact on business;
  • In addition, map out organisational possibilities and talents to be successful;
  • Finally, an impact measurement of strategy on business operations, managers and also teams.
Mission-Driven Priorities Game
Mission-Driven Priorities Game
Mission-Driven Priorities Game
Mission-Driven Priorities Game
Mission-Driven Priorities Game