Did you ever wanted to know how other companies organise themselves
to become efficient and effective? What their challenges were? How they
coped with change?
What if you could experience those dynamics firsthand? What is more fun than learning by playing. Take up a role in the fictive Grab@Pizza organisation and submerge yourself in a company who’s growing and successfull. Where choices need
to be made in line with business needs and with the available resources. We provide you with the setting and during the different game stages, you will be facing new challenges. Working together, formal and informal communications, business requirements, IT capabilities, funding.. will all be put in the mix to allow you to experience the flow of the organisation. It is safe, it is fun, but most of all it is a game which opens doors, allowing you to learn and develop takeaways which
matter to you.
We will take you on a business journey, as part of the successfull pizza foodchain “Grab@Pizza”. The participants will play one or more of the following roles:
Every role involved has a contribution to the evolution of the organisation.
The Business Manager Sales has made a 6-month business plan containing 5 important business initiatives. The Service Level Manager will analyze the requirements and translate them to IT service requirements. IT must implement the IT solutions to ensure the business can achieve their objectives.
The Change Manager will plan the changes on the change calendar and will manage the change. The change requests will come from business demands, problem manager, supplier or IT operations.
IT Support will support the users. They will receive calls, requests or incidents in each round that need to be solved by Service Desk or Incident Management. Problem Management will analyze the incidents and define change requests
to avoid new incidents.
IT Operations will monitor the capacity and availability of the IT
Infrastructure. To avoid any downtime or incidents they will create
change requests to upgrade or improve the infrastructure.
The IT manager will lead his IT team.
IT Finance will manage the IT Budget.
This role will be responsible for the (agreed) performance of the IT Services.
The facilitator of the game is the CEO.
In your new role, you enter an international pizza organisation which is going fast.
Your task is to support the organisation based on the role you have. The market is highly competitive which forces your business to design new products, develop powerful marketing and sales initiatives and develop a high level of operating excellence with a fast, low cost, high quality order and delivery process. IT plays an important role in enabling the business to achieve its strategic aims.
Your challenge is to align yourself with demands and organize your
organisation in such a way that the Business can achieve its targets for
lowering operational costs, increasing revenue and market share, and
increasing customer satisfaction and
To make it a learning experience, the game itself is build up out of 6 rounds.
Each round represents one month in the lifecycle of Grab@ Pizza. In each round depending on your role, you will need to:
This Business Simulation will teach you, how to make the
organisational dynamics flow so Grab@Pizza remains that high performing
organisation their leading market position. This Business Simulation
will teach the participants how to
become a High Performant department. The team(s) will be faced with the need to align their IT capabilities to changing business needs, reflecting the challenges facing many IT organizations.
This Business Simulation will teach the group how to deploy the
People, Process, Product and Partner capabilities to create a High
Performing IT department.
This will be further enriched by focussing on the Jerry Luftman’s principles for effective Business and IT Alignment as part of the reflection moments between the rounds. Area’s covered are:
This Business Simulation is developed for the following target groups:
No specific prerequisites are needed.
Throughout the 1 day course, an accredited trainer assisted by a scribe,
facilitates the simulation game and gives related ITIL and Business
information based on real world cases.
Courses can be given in English or in Dutch. Course material is in English.
The course duration is 1 day.
This course can be given at your premises or at CTG.
€ 750/1 day.
All prices are VAT excluded; course material included.
If course is given at CTG, lunch and beverages included.
By Participant : If a subscribed course participant is replaced by another participant or if the public course is postponed to a later date no cancellation costs apply. A participant or a group that fails to attend, or that cancels a course without at least 15 working days written notice prior to the course start, is liable for the full subscription cost.
By CTG: CTG reserves the right to cancel a course at any time.
All classroom courses begin promptly at 9 am and are scheduled until 5 pm when courses are organised at the CTG premises in Diegem (Belgium).
All courses can be given at the client site and are available for groups as well. Please contact us if you require further information.* Prices subject to VAT
CTG Belgium NV
phone: +32 2 720 51 70
fax: +32 2 725 09 20
Buffalo, New York
800 Delaware Ave
Buffalo, NY 14209-2094
phone: +1 716 882 8000
fax: +1 716 887 7464