|Company||Fujitsu. Global leader on IT services|
|Training||Game-based learning to create new and more efficient learning spaces|
|Skills Developed||continuous Learning, self-confidence, coaching, communicating effectively, work-life balance, steady focus, change management, conflict management, innovation and creativity, leadership, negotiation, drive to deliver results, analytical thinking, planning, organizing and coordinating, problem solving, tolerance to pressure, decision-making, teamwork|
|Program||2014 – Present. Talent development program: 125 employees per edition. Management Program: 51 managers|
|Serious Games||Merchants, Negotiation and Conflict Resolution Serious Game|
Triskelion, Time Management & Personal Productivity Serious Game
Serious Game on Leadership and Team Management
Leadership, negotiation, time management, team development and communication are skills that play a vital role at Fujitsu. Through the company’s development programs, the IT service provider has discovered that game-based learning is the most effective tool for training its internal customers in new skills and competencies by creating new learning spaces.
It is a tool that is capable of meeting the huge challenges facing Fujitsu Spain’s Human Resources Department in relation to the company’s talent development program: different generations in the workplace, different professional groups, a widely geographically dispersed workforce and the need to break with the formats established over many years in the area of training.