THE FIRST COMPUTER SIMULATED LEADERSHIP WORKSHOP IN ASIA

These simulations authentically replicate the workplace, although they are more focused, risk-free, and performed in compressed time. Success in a simulation, just as at work, is achieved not by manipulation, but by consistently applying good leadership and management practices, effective people skills, an integrated strategy, and the targeted functional skills being learned. This program is a personal experience in which fully involved participants do the learning themselves, while being coached and guided by experts. Their learning is not directed simply at the acquisition of knowledge, but towards practicing and using relevant new leadership skills.

OVER TEN YEARS OF RIGOROUS RESEARCH HAS MADE IT POSSIBLE TO SEPARATE THE LEADERSHIP-DNA INTO THE SERIOUS LEARNING GAME

Facilitated by AI and human capital expert from Finland
Prof Marko Kesti (PhD, adj. prof.) has been working at adjunct professor at Lapland University leading the human capital productivity research program. His PhD topic was employee tacit signals measurement and utilizing tacit knowledge at organization productivity improvement. Kesti is now doing research dealing with management related artificial intelligence and digital leadership learning.

Prof. Marko Kesti has M.Sc. degree at 1992 Oulu University, Finland of machine design technology. Kesti received Ph.D. in 2012 at Lapland University and became Docent at 2014 in human capital management and productivity.

INVESTMENT: RM1300 HRDF CLAIMABLE >> It’s an artificial intelligence powered simulation learning tool. It is game based people analytics that will teach leaders, managers and supervisors to improve team performance.

DATE >> October 24rd 2019. Agenda below next image.

VENUE >> HELP University, Subang 2 campus, BATIC Centre, Persiaran Cakerawala, Shah Alam, 40160, Selangor. Click here for location map.

IT’S REAL WORK, NOT A GAME >> The simulation AI is based on Reinforcement learning and Bellman algorithms Play Gain learning is new generation multipurpose digital tool that utilize game theory with artificial intelligence (Bayesian People Analytics AI). 

Photo by John Schnobrich on Unsplash
Productive Leadership game is the first digital game environment that reliably simulates the relationship between well-being and productivity at work. It is an analytics tool and learning platform in game format

BAYESIAN PEOPLE ANALYTICS. >> Our serious game follows the game-theoretical Bayesian People Analytics that utilize the scientific theory of human capital production function. 

THE EXPERTISE >> • Strategic organization management development • Testing supervisor’s leadership skills and improving them

LEARNING OUTCOMES. >> • leadership mental model how to improve team performance in sustainable way • understanding Quality of Working life as an intangible human asset and production factor • learning best leadership practices and how to implement most effectively

AGENDA

9.00am Welcome and Introduction
Opening the black-box of human capital productivity
Human Capital Production Function
Workshop: HRM-Performance analyze case Motivation theoretical approach to wellbeing
10.30am Coffee Break
11.00am Measuring Quality of Working Life (QWL)
Case: Analyzing QWL-index from staff surveys
Leadership challenge – why leadership matters
Gamification as a psychological driver
Gamifying leadership development
1.00pm Lunch
2.00pm Leadership cognitive biases
9 biases reducing team performance
Management social dilemma
Introduction to Leadership simulation
Best leadership practices (action space)
Workplace problems scenarios (state space)
Simulation workshop competition – learn to avoid biases
3.30pm Coffee Break
4.00pm Management Game theory
Manager + AI = Success
Bayesian Simulation Analytics
Management game Q-learning case
Management game predictive AI (Bellman function)
Management AI architecture
Workshop: Make team management yearly plan
Simulation workshop – finding optimal equilibrium of QWL and profit
5.30pm DISCUSSION AND END with Certificate of Participation