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Welcome

It is commonly known that the best way to learn new things is through practice, and preferably in a safe environment. Furthermore participants are much more motivated if the learning process is fun. Therefore SimuLearn applies simulations and gamification as a learning tool. In the first place the focus is on agile and DevOps principles and techniques.

The simulations offered come from a need experienced during the daytime job, but are made in such a way that they can be applied in a broad context.

Next event

Meetup Facilitation Game Lab

Thursday September 28th, 2022

 
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Products

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Scrumban simulation

Find the right balance between planned and unplanned work

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Build-Run-Improve-Repeat

Experience the growth towards a DevOps organization

Slicing the cake

Splitting user stories using the patterns of Richard Lawrence

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(Under development)

More information coming soon

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It's not a game.
It's a simulation,
a safe learning environment

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Offering

 

Shop

Buy a simulation in a box

Workshops

Try out a simulation or do a tailor made workshop

Trainings

Book a training with one of the simulations

Train the trainer

Get to know the ins and outs of a simulation

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Who are we?

Sangeetha Sridhar and Koen Vastmans worked together as agile coaches. While coaching IT operations and maintenance teams, we experienced the need for a means to teach teams how to find the balance between planned and unplanned work. This is how our first simulation came to existence: the Scrumban simulation.

After several sessions of this first simulation, both in our own working environment and outside, we had the feeling that there was more into it. That is why we took to step to offer services based on our simulations under the name SimuLearn. In the meantime the development of new simulations goes on.