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M&I Partners uses the Leadership Game to support clients in transition processes in healthcare and crisis management. The game allows us to start a dialogue between stakeholders on the implications of change interventions and helps to build a sense of urgency for change.

Ted Dicks, Principal Advisor M&I Partners
In today’s fast-changing business environment, change is the only constant. There is no single‑proven recipe for implementing changes in organisations, let alone across multiple organisations. Research indicates that as many as 70% of the change programmes do not achieve their intended results. Leadership games are powerful change instruments to help you to build a sense of urgency for change, motivate people to adjust their way of working, and learn new desired behaviours.

Game scenarios

    • Decentralisaties Raadsleden (in Dutch), developed by M&I partners and TNO for KING to support change processes with respect to the decentralisation of healthcare
    • Opdrachtgeverschap (in Dutch), developed by M&I partners and TNO for KING to support change processes with respect to the decentralisation of healthcare
    • Bestuurscrisis (in Dutch), developed by Expertis to support change processes in education
    • Leidinggeven aan innovatieve docenten (in Dutch), developed for Expertis to support change processes in education
    • Montessori (in Dutch), developed by Expertis to support change processes in education
    • I-management Isala(in Dutch), developed by M&I partners for to support change processes in healthcare
    • De gemeente Overmaes zoekt verbinding (in Dutch), developed by M&I partners to support change processes in healthcare
    • Keuzedelen MBO (in Dutch), developed by M&I partners to support change processes in education
    • Sociale media game (in Dutch), developed for De Alliantie to make employees aware of the implications of their social media behaviour

For whom?

When you are a professional working in a fast-changing environment, this game might be of great value to you in changing and learning new behaviours to support change processes within your company.