Profile: What a Day (WaD)

Title What a Day (WaD)
Version 2
Other versions 1
Sponsor/Producer Wizerize
Developer Wizerize
Number in Series
Company Description Wizerize A/S is an independent and innovative company designing transformational experiences for leading global corporations. As more of our concepts WaD id developed in close cooperation with Professor Albert Angehrn, Director of CALT (Centre of Advanced Learning Technologies) at INSEAD
Description “What a Day!” is about Leadership Effectiveness. The story is the following: You come back from vacation. Three complex challenges are waiting for you and many people are pushing for you to make decisions. But not all is as it seems from the first look, and there is too little time to explore all options (sounds familiar?). “What a Day!” has two phases: 1. The Game Experience - where all play the best they can. 2. The online Debriefing where you receive feedback on 8 different performance indicators – and where Professor Albert adds key learning points about leadership effectiveness and use this to fuel deep discussions about finding the optimal balance in an intense work life.
Categories/Folksonomy Leadership, online education, Time management, Opportunity and problem Management, Motivational skills
Lead Designer Flemming Fog
Other Designers/ Writers Mikkel Schou, Gritt Løschenkohl
Lead Programmer Lars Thorup
Lead Artist / Video
Price Depending on deployment model
Link business-games/what-a-day/
Demo Available Yes
Link to Video
Link(s) to Support Material docs/  wizer-business-games?mode=embed&layout=http:// ayout.xml&showFlipBtn=true
Platform(s) Internet - Multiple
Customizable (1 to 10) 10
Special Hardware No
Toolkit/Language used English
Year Designed 2010
LMS Integration/ SCORM
Skill Level (Corporate/Military/Government)/Grade Level (Academic) Middle Managers, New Managers program
Student time Game experience 45 min. Debriefing about 1 hour.
Available ([O]pen / [R]estricted by Organization / [N]o longer Available O
Single player/Multiplayer Online version is single player - but could be applied in a team setting e.g. At a conference
Category: Serious Game

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