simulations & Games
Learn by Doing with these Demand Driven Games and Simulations
The Demand Driven Institute offers a suite of co-branded and fully endorsed simulations and games that teach various aspects of the Demand Driven Adaptive Enterprise Model. Simulations are offered throughout the world as both public or in-house events. To inquire about an in-house event please contact the game provider directly with the links provided below.
Bring these powerful simulations to your company!
If you have a team that wants to explore Demand Driven methods together, these simulation providers will come to you.
Global simulation and Game calendar (public Sessions Only)
Simulation and game offerings by DDI
A Demand Driven S&OP Experience by TFC
This one-day unique Demand Driven S&OP Experience workshop will allow you and your team to experience and test implementing DDMRP buffers in a simulated environment powered by The Fresh Connection (TFC). The workshop discusses the broad concepts of the Demand Driven Material Requirements Planning (DDMRP) buffer methodology, practices decision-making and participants experience the positive impact of buffer implementation in a risk-free environment. The workshop then follows an S&OP process to discover how implementing buffers in a budget constrained environment, typical of the real-world, can still deliver high service level expectations. This, while systematically reducing inventory investment AND achieving an expected Return on Investment. The experience provides a platform for organizational change management, builds confidence for your DDMRP implementation project and is relevant for leadership and/or operational staff. This workshop is co-branded and fully endorsed by the Demand Driven Institute. Forward inquiries about the workshop to email@example.com
DDBrix - A Leading Management Game to Discover and Deploy DDMRP
Play with Lego to see first-hand how DDMRP buffers optimize the flow of both materials and
information. Observe how demand-driven planning and execution will increase order fulfillment, stabilize production, reduce working capital and alleviate stress. Involve people from Finance, Marketing, Sales, Production, Planning and Quality to start breaking down silos, promoting teamwork and getting everyone in the company thinking about FLOW and DDMRP. Refresh your existing knowledge of DDMRP while playing and having fun! Programs for Universities are available! Download the DDBrix brochure. Forward inquiries about the workshop to www.b2wise.com/contact
Flow Simulation Game
This is a role simulation game where participants have to manage a supply chain with the following objectives : deliver customer on time and at the lowest total supply chain costs..
They will have to:
deliver customer orders
place orders to suppliers.
define inventory policy and manage inventory level
manage DDMRP buffers stock
4 teams with 2 to 4 players max (16 players Max).
Participants play in pairs, on a computer-based simulation. Each group compete against the others, in managing a leather goods workshop. They must deliver the right quantity on-time while maximizing profit. Players will manage purchases, resources and discover bottleneck and Drum-Buffer-Rope concepts.
Two Demand Driven Simulations from Agilea
AGILEA and the Demand Driven Institute (DDI) announced the co-branding and distribution of 2 serious games. These simulations will help participants understand the Demand Driven environment and mechanisms. Each simulation is run as a separate event.
Forward inquiries about each of these simulations to:
Experience first hand through an exciting gaming experience how decoupling and buffering using DDMRP can completely eliminate the bull-whip effect in a vertically integrated supply chain! Inspired by the mythical MIT Beer Game, the SmartGame takes it one step further and provides you the answers to the question of how to create a robust and resilient supply chain.
While having fun playing, you will learn and experience how managing a supply chain with DDMRP is fundamentally different: how the role of the planner is different; which are the parameters that determine the performance of the system; how you monitor and improve performance; how the relevant information flows through the system and what is the function of the Demand Driven S&OP.
Forward inquiries about each of this simulations to www.smartchainllp.com