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Search for the Lost Dutchman's Gold Mine - Open Program

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Search for the Lost Dutchman's Gold Mine - Open Program

Time: June 24, 2011 from 9:30am to 1:30pm
Location: Mumbai
Street: Residency Hotel - Maple Hall, Suren Road, Andheri - Kurla Rd, Opp.Cine Magic, Near W.E.Highway, Andheri (East),
City/Town: Mumbai
Website or Map: http://eduriser.com/upcoming-…
Phone: Roshan - 022-61149250
Event Type: open, program, -, collaborative, business, simulation
Organized By: EduRiser Learning Solutions (P) Ltd.
Latest Activity: May 16, 2011

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The Search for the Lost Dutchman’s Gold Mine (LDGM) is an experiential program based on a business simulation. It is designed to be an engaging session, focused on discovering effective collaboration and productivity driven behavior.

EduRiser Learning Solutions (P) Ltd. welcomes you to be part of this program, designed by Dr. Scott Simmerman, Founder and Managing Partner of Performance Management Company and creator of world-class team development, training and organizational development tools.

LDGM simulates the setting of the wilderness where Dutchman participants’ must get to the mine and Mine as much Gold as they can and return home. The situations that arise are designed to apply directly to real-time workplace situations.

 

This Business Simulation boosts:

  • Collaboration
  • Teamwork
  • Risk Taking
  • Decision Making
  • Strategic Planning
  • Resource Planning & Management

REGISTER NOW here - http://www.eduriser.com/ldgm-form.php

To know more & avail discounts visit - http://eduriser.com/upcoming-events.php

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