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Let’s collaborate. We have already created games that many professors had in their minds. We are a technology venture, providing the games platform for you. We can collaborate and create games to make self-discovery of fundamental business concepts interactive, fun and easy for our students.

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Economic Order Quantity (EOQ) Game

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In this game, we will collaborate with a professor and design a game to help students self-discover the key concepts that drive effective inventory replenishment or, production decisions. While doing so, students will discover the optimal trade-off between economies of scale in ordering and opportunity cost of holding inventory.

Process Analysis Game

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In this game, we will collaborate with a professor to design and develop a game that will help students practice how to draw a simple process diagram, calculating performance metrics such as max capacity, determining existing bottlenecks, flow rate and resulting utilization.

 

Queueing Game

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In this game, we will collaborate with a professor and develop a game to help students discover how wait time occurs in a process as a result of variable arrival, and/or service times even when utilization of the system is below 100%. Students will also conceptualize the nonlinear relationship between queue length and utilization.

Procurement Contracts Game

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In this game, we will collaborate with a professor and develop a game that will make students self-discover the role of contracts in distributing operational risks and profits between two firms in a supply chain. Example contracts include the wholesale, buyback, revenue sharing, two-part tariff and penalty contract.