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Reach a project management update in a playful way with milestonePLAY milestonePLAY is the first real project management board game with which you can easily improve, automate, and exchange your knowledge of project management topics. Besides it supports a possible (re-)certification preparation according to IPMA for the levels D and C.
With milestonePLAY you will build up or freshen up your practice-related project management know how, connections will be shown and all players will practice important project management skills, such as explaining and visualising in a simple way. milestonePLAY promotes a common language for better cooperation.
The project management knowledge asked in the course of the game was checked by pma (Project Management Austria) for quality and confirmed to be ICB and pm baseline-compliant by the tool cooperation partnership award.
- Target group: Project managers, junior project managers, project team members …
- For 3-4 players or 3-4 teams of 2-3 players
- Duration: 1.5 to 2 hours
Book a milestonePLAY-Event € 1,200.- incl. ½-day presentation, excl. VAT
Buy milestonePLAY (basic level D) € 4,400.- incl. 2 milestonePLAY events,
excl. VAT, incl. shipping costs
Buy milestonePLAY (extension levelC) € 1,100.- excl. VAT, incl. shipping costs
Free of charge test game: Do you want to simply try the milestone PLAY without any obligations? We would be glad to come to your company for this purpose inquire now
That's how it's done:
You have to solve problems from the four topics below. Thus, collecting project management days and you can take part in the milestonePLAY certification. The winners will earn the milestonePLAY certificate.
- Knowledge: PM questions like in the electronic pma PM-test. Aim: Freshening up and adapting your PM knowledge.
- Sketch please: Sketch-like, graphic depictions of PM terms. Aim: Clear understandable pictures, for instance for flip charts.
- Explain it to me: Explaining a PM term, four forbidden words. Aim: Explaining terms for laypersons.
- One thing does not fit: NOnly three out of four terms are connected to the umbrella term. Aim: Being aware of connections in project management.