FLIGBY Players’ Learning Diary

From the FLIGBY ‘play and learn’ diary of Erika (Business Student, Finnland): INTRO Most of us expect that stars on the stage (let it be a concert hall or a theatre) are in Flow and most probably also the professors should be shining in a focused way once delivering the lecture. What about the students…

Gamification in Higher Education (LiveStream)

Watch the latest YouTube LiveStream on “Gamification in Higher Education” with Marge Sassi, Flow-Enthusiast and our academic-educational partners at the Estonian Business School (30 Mins.) Topics: Simulations at EBS.ed, Key Learnings from Gamification, Value of Gamification, Biggest Surprise, Lifelikeness of Simulations

Do you enjoy diversity?

Once upon a time, there was a professor who enjoyed hiking in distant countries, while embracing great discussions in a good community. It is not just the heights that attract him, but most of all, he enjoys the journey itself. To be honest, this gentleman looks as if he was constantly in Flow – focused…

Simulation Game or Team Member as Teachers?

A university has been and will be a safe place and I am not speaking about being a ‘clean’ environment in the classical sense. Today’s university is a ‘safe place to fail’ as it provides students with opportunities to practice something, that one cannot learn simply by studying a book. The business game Dynama is…

Facing ‘the new normal’ requires re-defining our existence

Head of the Department of Management and lecturer at Estonian Business School, Marge Täks has faced many changes in her life: among others switching from the corporate world to a career in academia. Nevertheless, after returning from holidays in India in March 2020 (which was also the first time she did not take a laptop…

Reason to Celebrate! – A full month of full online teaching –

Last week I was happy to report about the Flow state I have experienced while teaching my 5th group of FLIGBY students. Today, there is even more Flow around us in spite of the “virtuality”… Estonian Business School (EBS)  moved all of its teachings to Canvas Conferences as the main online teaching platform 4 weeks…

How to conduct a Peer Feedback Conversation and find Flow!

Tips, Tricks & Best Practices Fligby is an excellent leadership development tool for sure. By using the virtual-reality-like, interactive-movie-based simulated leadership situations it is the latest tool to train player-participants to become better leaders. The training process also teaches them how they can bring out the best abilities and creativity of their team and staff…

Flow Greetings from Estonia!

Greetings from Estonia! I am one of 1.3 million Estonians, a lecturer and a Ph.D. candidate from Estonian Business School. Working in the oldest private university in the Baltic States is a privilege, especially as it is currently a home for 1500 students yearly and you really get to know your students well. Until meeting…

Flow-Leadership via FLIGBY at the best European Business Schools via CEMS (updated)

Our Leadership & Flow Global Research Network has entered a strategic cooperation with Corvinus Business School, a leader in business and management education in Central Europe and beyond. The core of this new strategic alliance is to enable new generations of outstanding future leaders and managers to experience Csikszentmihalyi’s official Flow-promoting Leadership Development simulation game as part of…

In New Leadership We Flow – Lead4Skills

  A recent International Labour Organization study “Skills mismatch in Europe study 2014”, shows that labour market in Europe demonstrates various types of skill mismatch, including mismatch between the number of job seekers and employment opportunities, which is reflected in unemployment. The overall aim of the  “Lead4Skills” project is to provide higher education institutions (HEI)…