Posts Tagged 'Summit 2015'

May 072015
 
Seriously Gaming At Cutter Summit 2015

This Monday, on the first day of the Cutter Summit 2015, it was my great privilege to moderate a session about serious games as tools of disruptive innovation. By changing the normal rules of interaction, we can have more productive interactions during the innovation process, including the all-important collaboration with the customer. Serious games also help in the education process, driving home lessons in a way that words alone often cannot. They also provide an opportunity to “try before you buy,” simulating new innovation strategies, such as adopting Agile or managing your portfolio differently. During the session, we played three games, one representing each of these potential benefits that serious games offer. (There are others.) Read more