THE FUTURE GAME® PROVIDES YOU WITH THE OPPORTUNITY TO CHANGE THE WAY THAT YOU MAKE DECISIONS AND THINK ABOUT THE FUTURE THROUGH SIMULATION LEARNING AND GAMING
Future iQ’s unique Future Game is a premium quality future planning simulation tool. It provides stakeholders with a dynamic Gaming experience rewarding collaboration, innovation and teamwork. An in-depth debrief at the end of the game enables participants to apply the learning from the Game to their own decision making and planning.
Multifaceted and Integrated
The Future Game® allows people to explore a range of plausible outcomes, generated through their own decision-making. Teams learn how decisions that seem sensible in the short-term, may have the potential to play out in unpredictable ways.
Challenging and Thought Provoking
This unique process enables individuals within teams to make decisions for a hypothetical situation in a hypothetical region. This challenges status quo thinking and demands collaboration, teamwork and engagement.
Stimulates Strategic Thinking
The Future Game® stimulates strategic future thinking and planning, and integrates external trends to local decision-making.
Dynamic Facilitated Debrief
Following the Future Game® participants discuss and learn how The Future Game® experience is relevant and applicable to critical thinking and decision making in their lives and work.
A DIVERSE PORTFOLIO OF SIMULATION LEARNING EVENTS
Future iQ has been applying and developing The Future Game for nearly a decade. In that time, more than 25,000 leaders and stakeholders have played the Future Game across a range of regional, industry, government, corporate and community settings.
The Future Game® Team-Based Simulation Learning Exercise
The Future Game® is a dynamic workshop process. Collaborating in teams, you will make key strategic decisions for a hypothetical region over a 20-year period. Responding to a series of difficult choices, you arrive at one of a range of critically different futures. The game debrief allows you to learn from your decision-making approach and assumptions.