Teambuilding & Gaming

With teambuilding & gaming you and your team experience learning through play, as well as how the team together becomes stronger. Download our gaming product catalog (LINK MISSING - produktblad) or read more below.

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In our simulation game you overcome common challenges together with your gaming team

Simulation is a very intensive form of learning, where the instructor acts as a catalyst for the participants' own experiences. Through parallels to the daily work, the participants will have wild aha experiences and will go home with a concrete list of improvement points that can be used to develop the entire organization.

Where can gaming be used?

  • You want efficient and dynamic processes
  • You want better documentation and knowledge sharing
  • You want to create common ground before you start a project
  • You want to work with team building under realistic conditions.
  • You want to increase motivation before a change is implemented in the organization
  • You want to improve communication and collaboration in department or projectOur instructors are certified game leaders, and they ensure you an optimal return when you choose learning through play!

Read below about all our simulation games, which are market leaders:

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An interactive workshop on Business-IT Alignment

What happens when the business decides on a project that involves IT and IT solutions? IT must implement changes with limited resources and under time pressure. This can lead to a risk of capacity problems and errors - in the end sometimes lead to the business not achieving the desired benefit of the IT solution. In Grab @ Pizza you are allowed to try exactly these situations in practice, so that you will feel the effect of both a bad and a good collaboration between business and IT on your own body.

Apollo 13

An ITSM case experience

Apollo13 - a simulation game for IT departments that use or will use ITIL Best Practice.

Game participants mann the Mission Control Center and they are bombarded with problems from the real Apollo 13 spaceflight. Problems that need to be solved efficiently and correctly in order for the crew to get down safely. All ITIL processes come into play, and the participants experience the importance of good processes and good teamwork under challenging and realistic circumstances.

The Challenge of Egypt

An interactive project management workshop

The Challenge of Egypt - a workshop for project participants. The game is particularly relevant for organizations that use or are facing having to use PRINCE2.

The workshop is extremely useful in connection with the development and improvement of an existing project management organization and project performance, such as PRINCE2.

During the workshop, participants will simulate the construction of the Pyramid of Cheops. They will be confronted with all the essential aspects of project management.


Speed across the field!

Rally is a team building event where the team is put to the test in collaboration across a simple and recognizable concept. During the day, the participants will - in addition to competing and having fun - reflect on the many parallels that can be drawn to everyday life.


Make ITSM agile and lean

Landing a vessel on Mars is complex. A lot of software, complex systems and a need to react quickly to unpredictable events. The same picture emerges for today's complex IT solutions, and the IT department's response times and IT service management processes must be flexible and agile - agile service management, agile ITIL!

Marslander is a simulation game that trains you in just that. Your challenge in the game is to support the Mission Center in fulfilling all of the mission's goals. On the journey to Mars, the mission faces a number of challenges that require both service management and agility to succeed in the endeavor.

Customer Drive

A simulation game for employees in service functions

In this simulation game, the participants dive into new surroundings, where in realistic situations they can test and develop their ability to handle the different customer types that they encounter in everyday life in their own service function.

Customer Drive is a car rental company, and when participants enter this world, they can let go of everyday life and start on an equal footing.

The Phoenix Project

A DevOps case experience

If you want close contact with DevOps in a learning and entertaining way, we have the simulation game "The Phoenix Project". One day with a game leader from Westergaard provides maximum insight and motivation, and the game can also be used for team building across IT development and IT operations.

PC Factory

A PC’s path from manufacturer to end user

A PC's path from manufacturer to end user PC Factory is a simulation game that brings the entire value chain from a PC leaving the distributor until it hits the end user in play. As a participant you play realistic roles, e.g. distributor, 3rd line workplace architect, 2nd line configuration specialist, 1st line supporter in Service Desk, support manager, project manager, etc., and you work with both individual deliveries / problems and large deployments.


Simulation games based on SAFe®

Fly4You is a simulation game where participants learn SAFe methods and principles. There is a focus on fulfilling high business and customer value, rapid implementation of new products / services, ensuring fewer errors and getting happier employees.

The simulation is based on a case around a newly established airline "Fly4You", which has established a website with booking functionality targeted at young travelers.

In the simulation, the participants are faced with specific tasks around improving the current solution to ensure an improved customer experience, increase sales and correct errors from the past.

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