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MyOperationsExperience gameplay day

MyOperationsExperience gameplay day

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Please see below links to the recording of our MyOperationsExperience (MOX) gameplay day.

If you would like to learn more about MOX please fill in the form below and a member of our team will be in touch.

Engage your students with our immersive and realistic simulation

We’d like to invite you to join us at our MyOperationsExperience virtual gameplay event on Wednesday 11th May, 11am-1pm BST.

MyOperationsExperience is a simulation designed to give hands-on experience in real-world roles. Our realistic business operations simulations encourage students to use their critical thinking skills and apply key theory into a practical business environment.


The simulations give students the opportunity to adopt different roles across a variety of industries. As in the real world, students receive information from a variety of sources to help them make operations-based decisions. They then get to see the impact of these decisions on their simulated business in real time.


The gameplay day will provide you with:

– An introduction to MyOperationsExperience

– A demo of the simulation and the related instructor materials

– The opportunity to play the simulation along with other participants to get a first-hand understanding of what the students experience

The opportunity to hear from Prof Alistair Brandon-Jones, Head of the Information, Decisions, and Operations Division in Bath University’s School of Management,an existing MyOperationsExperience user, describing how he has successfully utilized the simulation within his teaching.


Attendance is free of charge, however, spaces are limited, so please book today to secure your place.

There are five simulations included in the MyOperationsExperience simulations package, to ensure you get to experience the simulation which aligns closest to your course content please make sure you select the simulation you’d like to see when registering.

May 11 @ 11:00 am 1:00 pm

Free