In Planetary Saga, our mother planet, Zeron, becomes uninhabitable. Thousands of generations have lived here, laying the foundation of our community day by day. Now disasters are unstoppable, and it is time to relocate the population and we are responsible for it. But how do we teach this to our people.
Planetary Saga is played as a board game in teams of 3-6 participants over eight rounds. The goal is to collect as many civilization points as possible to save humanity. Within the eight rounds, the teams have to make important decisions and manage their resources efficiently.
Learn flexibility, curiosity and openness
Planetary Saga offers the participants a realistic view of change management processes in the company and enables several ways of reflection after the simulation. Managers can experience how to lead the change, while individuals and teams get a better sense of how they deal with the changes by being actively involved in them.
The implementation of new processes and structures requires a team culture in which change can be lived, but also openness and a certain degree of curiosity, flexibility and vitality. With Planetary Saga, your employees learn to engage in these processes.
- Teams are playfully sensitized to change management in the company
- Teams actively participate in the change management process
- Teams learn to adapt their communication style so that they can interact more effectively with colleagues and customers
- Teams learn to improve their working relationships and communication skills.
The common debriefing at the end is the valuable part for your team: Together we structure the learning results, discuss the takeaways of the individual teams and create sufficient space for reflection.
Learning by doing – Benefits of experience-oriented team development
Experiential learning means: learning by doing. We first immerse learners in an experience and then encourage reflection on that experience to develop new skills, new attitudes or new ways of thinking. What follows is the development of central team skills. Planetary Saga gives your team the opportunity to master challenging situations in everyday working life and promotes willingness to change in your company.
1. The participants are actively involved
2. Learning is not based on theory, but on self-made experience
3. A connection is made between theory and everyday work
4. Planetary Saga gives space for exploring change management processes in the company without negative consequences