Learn how to bring about change in a Chinese context with the Ling He Simulation

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The Ling He Simulation

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What is The Ling He Simulation?

Simulations are a great way for executives to learn new skills and gain an understanding of different ways of working. The Ling He simulation has been developed by Albert A. Angehrn, INSEAD Professor of Information Technology and Director of the Centre for Advanced Learning Technologies (CALT).

The context for this simulation is managing change in a Chinese company manufacturing telephone switching equipment. The simulation translates the extensive academic knowledge of Chinese business culture into a practical, hands on learning experience, where new-comers and old hands alike can make mistakes without expensive consequences! The focus of the simulation is on managing change in a Western/Chinese context but the process is designed to build awareness and skills in managing the factors in any cross-border change process.

Key Features

  • Computer based simulation delivered by a trained facilitator within the context of a one day or half day workshop

  • Change, IT Innovation and People Management challenge in a Chinese Company

  • Select from 19 possible change strategies and get rapid feedback on their likely impact

  • Extensively tested and reality checked with groups of Chinese and Western managers and leaders

  • On-going development to refine and improve the simulation

  • Training for facilitators who would like to use Ling He with their clients or organisations

WorldWork has negotiated the rights to distribute Ling He through it's network of licensed consultants, so If you would like to use it please contact WorldWork.