We have a magical community of Wizards to make your learning experiences have the mightiest insight.
We collaborate with the best experts in different management domains to bring in content expertise for specific games.
We call these experts our “Wizards”. In addition to co-creating with us, they can also facilitate our games in different localities. If you need a facilitator and/or a content expert for your training, please get in touch and we can guide you further.
Leadership Wizard for Applied Arts, World of Insights
Associate Professor for Organization & Management, Vlerick Business School
Ralf Wetzel is unique in the way he utilizes and explores different art forms, like improvisation theatre, to bring leaders and organizations safely and playfully in new contact with themselves to allow for transformational change. With Ralf we explore creative ways to improve high-speed and high-quality decision making in times of volatility, while elevating joy, relief, resilience and impact for collaborators.
Finance Wizard for Applied Arts, World of Insights
Partner at Courage Ventures; Adjuct Professor of Finance, Kenan-Flagler Business School, University of North Carolina. Mentor in several accelerators, including xEdu, Vertical Health, and LevelUp.
Will Cardwell has over 2 decades of experience in venture strategy, finance and entrepreneurship. Together with Will, we have developed the Unicorn Game, were participants are instilled with startup mentality and an insight to understanding valuation and how it is formed – be it for startups or internal projects in an organization. Will is our go-to person in understanding investors.
Pekka is an execution expert in building global software and service businesses that are profitable and scale. With Pekka we gather insights to how to have systematic exponential growth in business.
Lean Wizard for Applied Arts, World of Insights
Part-time researcher and teacher at Aalto University School of Science and Technology. Partner; Senior consultant and trainer at QDC Business Engineering.
Marja Blomqvist cuts bottlenecks and pain points out of the picture to improve the way people work. Together we explore lean, how could we utilize lean methodology in games and how games could help understand lean.