22nd April 2016

Raising the Bar

Posted in: Education, Training, Other

As Business on the Move is increasingly played, not only within education and training programmes in the UK but also across the world from Poland to the Philippines and from the UAE to the USA, so interest grows in how players can ‘raise the bar’ and play at higher, more challenging levels.

The ‘Guide to Delivering Learning’, the booklet that accompanies every game, does address such questions, especially pages 23-25. Page 25, for example, describes relatively gentle ways of increasing the challenge to players at Level 1.

How to progress beyond Level 1 is very much a matter of choice because it is not strictly necessary to graduate one level at a time from Level 1 through to 7.

In general, these two approaches to making the game more challenging seem to work well:

IF PLAYERS ARE NEW TO THE GAME:

Always start with Level 1

Introduce Level 2 (for all) when first player completes their 4 deliveries

Progress next to:

  • Level 4 alone (palletisation with/or without extra pallet pooling option)
  • Or Level 5
  • Or introduce level 4 and then, possibly, also level 5

IF PLAYERS HAVE PREVIOUSLY PLAYED THE GAME:

Start with Level 3

Progress next to:

  • Level 4 alone (palletisation with/or without extra pallet pooling option)
  • Or Level 5
  • Or introduce level 4 and then, possibly, also level 5

You are recommended to read our answers to Question 13 in our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) document, which can be found under the ‘Learning’ section of our website.

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