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Serious Game
Moving Tomorrow – An Intercultural Journey
Enhance your intercultural understanding.

Embark on a virtual journey and train your intercultural competences!

The Serious Game familiarizes players with the subjects of culture and intercultural management and supports them in developing their intercultural skills for navigating successfully in an international business context.

Moving Tomorrow is designed for students and professionals who work with diverse people within a country or across countries, or are likely to do so in their future careers.

The game provides scientific knowledge about various cultural phenomena that help understand and manage differences between people from different countries. At the same time, players are introduced to concepts and theories that shed light on cultural similarities across national borders as well as the existing cultural diversity within them, reflecting more recent developments in the field of intercultural management.

Thus, the game not only promotes players intercultural competence as traditionally understood (i.e., as the ability to successfully navigate international contexts), but also serves as a foundation for learning more about diversity and inclusion in general.
Get ready and learn more about culture and intercultural management!

Content

The first part of the game, “Moving Tomorrow – An Intercultural Journey,” focuses on the different layers of culture (national culture, organisational culture, group culture), cultural diversity, cultural dynamics and how the cultural environment affects individuals by shaping their values or schemata.

The second part of the game, “Moving Tomorrow – The Intercultural Journey Continues,” complements the first part by taking a closer look at multi-cultural teamwork and intercultural/global leadership.

Benefits for
participants


1

Develop your intercultural competence and intercultural management skills

2

Learn about cultural phenomena that can be directly related to your own (work) experience

3

Understand how culture can influence, for instance, individual values, attitudes, and behaviors

4

Become more sensitive to interpersonal dynamics in the work context

5

Gain an understanding of the opportunities and limits of culture as an explanation for individual differences

6

Become a more effective leader who leads in an intercultural and inclusive way

Benefits for
organisations


  • Increase your employees‘ understanding of the immense impact cultural phenomena can have on workplace interactions and processes
  • Benefit from more interculturally competent managers who can successfully meet intercultural challenges
  • Leverage the potential of diverse teams through increased intercultural competence of team members and leaders
  • Join the best and most successful companies in the world that have identified diversity and inclusion as a key strategic issue

ESCP's serious game "Moving Tomorrow – An Intercultural Journey"
Moving Tomorrow - Serious Game to train intercultural understanding
A serious game to cope with intercultural management issues

Audience:

Students, executives and leaders of all levels


Fees

  • Educational License for Moving Tomorrow I: 50 € per student user (valid for duration of one course)
  • Educational License for Moving Tomorrow I & II: 75 € per student user (valid for duration of one course)
  • Professional License for Moving Tomorrow I & II: 200 € per user (valid for 2 months)

Academic Director

Marion Festing - Academic Director - Professor of Human Resource Management and Intercultural Leadership - Talent Management Institute - ESCP Business School

Marion Festing

Professor of Human Resource Management and Intercultural Leadership at ESCP Business School Berlin

Research Centre

For more information on Intercultural Management pl. visit our centre page
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