Innovation Games: the basics

Method title: Innovation Games

Short description: Innovation games that support company employees in innovating collaboratively, and co-constructing new meaning about their ideas.  

Responsible Researcher: Wafa Said Mosleh, SDU

Collaborating Industrial Partner: Lufthansa Systems

Objective of the method development in the project: To explore how companies can involve games as a way of empowering their employees in making decisions about and collaboratively develop new innovation that target strategic aims and challenges of the organisation. 

Innovation Games video

Want to learn more about Innovation Games? Watch Wafa Said Mosleh talking on Innovation Games Method in  the TACIT Project

Innovation Games State of Knowledge

The attached document represents the state of knowledge on the Innovation Games method in the beginning of a project.

1st Workshop with students

A test workshop with students at SDU was held in October 2016 to explore how the innovation games could be further developed for organisational contexts. Later, prototypes were created for a pilot workshop at Lufthansa Systems (LSY) in Frankfurt. The workshop included managers and employees within different areas of expertise, and it revolved around both playing the game, exploring how it could nurture new innovation to emerge, as well as to reflect on further improvements to it. Till now the workshop materials have been analysed, and the upcoming steps are to re-design the game with the intention of incorporating flexibility for it to be applied in other organisational contexts, before it can be tested again at LSY in March 2017. 

 

Upcoming Workshop(s)

March 27, 2017

The first pilot workshop with participation of corporate learners will take place on 28th of March at the premises of Lufthansa Systems. More information to follow

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Project Number: 562459-EPP-1-2015-1-UK-EPPKA2-KA

Project Duration: Jan. 2016 - Dec. 2018