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Entrepreneur, Aspiring Entrepreneur, Educator, Student
What activity, project or company engages you currently?
Serious Gaming: Game based learning
Who are you?
Currently competing very interesting Master's thesis on Serious Gaming and Leadership Development.

Starting to get all elements aligned to gamechange Africa...

Acted as a consultant / accounts executive / executive at various firms, including big four and second tier professional services firms.

Managed projects and complicated B2B sales cycles in various industries, including Financial Services, Information technology, Contact Centre, Security & Risk Management, Retail, Supply chain & Logistics, as well as Government and Parastatal Sectors.
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http://www.linkedin.com/pub/wouter-grove/7/50/b43
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oncodad
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www.seriousgaming.co.za
gamechangeafrica.tumblr.com
In what place did you last go to school or other institute of learning?
University of the Western Cape

Wouter Grove's Blog

Compliance Training: Shouldn’t we rather be playing?

Compliance Training: Shouldn’t we rather be playing?

Enter the Game

 

The socio-cultural phenomenon of digital gaming has become pervasive. It is no longer just the preserve of slightly awkward and pimply teenagers.

According to Fast Company it is estimated that 97% of 12-17 year olds play computer games. That fact should hardly surprise you, especially if you have children.

What is, however,…

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Posted on February 4, 2013 at 17:03

Serious Games: Using Game-based learning for corporate training

Game Based Learning: Fad or Future?

 

We don't stop playing because we grow old; we grow old because we stop playing.

-George Bernard Shaw

 

Everyone is a player?

 

The socio-cultural phenomenon of digital gaming has become pervasive. It is no longer just the preserve of slightly awkward and pimply teenagers.

According to Fast Company it is estimated that 97% of 12-17 year olds play…

Continue

Posted on January 15, 2013 at 10:00

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