Proven and powerful team-building simulation
The Search for the Lost Dutchman’s Gold Mine (LDGM) is an experiential learning program based on a business simulation. This business simulation is designed to be an engaging challenge, focused on discovering effective collaboration and productivity-driven behavior aimed at front line to top management of all departments.
This powerful Business Simulation boosts:
Strategy & Implementation
Trust on Leadership
Our happy clientele
What our client says
“Dear Solomon / Shanawaz & the EDURISER TEAM, Much thanks for the wonderful session you all facilitated – the group enjoyed every moment of it and has also taken away key learning’s.”
“Dear Shanawaz, At the outset let me thank you for the great show put up by you and you team on 21st April at BASF. All my colleagues from EV thoroughly enjoyed the program and there were some key learning for all of us.”
“The entire Pepperfry team had a great experience at the offsite and special thanks to the Eduriser team for a highly energizing and engaging session. I am confident that each participant had meaningful takeaways from the session and it will help them in becoming a better manager and a better person in general.”
The program was well taken by all who participated. The team got engaged throughout the program which offered desired learning in the form of strategising, communication, resource utilisation to name a few. I appreciate the entire team of Eduriser for the same.
Collaborative Business Simulation Program helped in understanding how collaboration is effective in achieving a shared goal. It highlighted that by our very nature we are competitive but we need to acquire collaborative skills to achieve goals which are difficult to achieve.
Collaborative Business Simulation Program was one of the best events with respect to learning, I have attended so far. Most of the points Scott Simmerman talked during the program still resides in my mind and that’s what I call effective training. Though most senior managers are aware of the importance of collaboration, team-skills, change management and so on, the program reinforced and correlated actual workplace scenarios to seemingly theoretical concepts.
Dr. Scott Simmerman
US based company