Social and health organization (Kainuu sote) has chosen an artificial intelligence-assisted simulation game for the development of supervisors. The selection was made through an open competition.

Artificial intelligence-assisted simulation training for supervisors has had a good effect on staff development in Best-Hall.

LAB University of Applied Sciences uses simulation teaching to develop the leadership skills of companies in the region in the HENTU project (HENTU = Human Capital Productivity Development Project).

With the competition, a simulation teaching game has been selected to be used to develop the leadership skills of kindergarten leaders.

Artificial intelligence-assisted simulation teaching has been used in the teaching of the University of Oulu and the University of Lapland for several years. The educational game is utilized in the teaching of organizational psychology, well-being at work management, and interactive leadership. In the Interactive leadership -course, the part of the exercise done with a simulation game is 2.5 credits.

For several years now, artificial intelligence-assisted simulation teaching has been used in management studies at Jyväskylä University of Applied Sciences.

Artificial Intelligence mentor for managers (AIMO) has been selected to be presented in an international AI summit presenting the latest artificial intelligence technology.

The new Guide name “Economic Impact of Occupational Safety and Health” recommends a simulation teaching game that can be used to practice the effects of managerial work on the quality of working life and finances.

The artificial intelligence-assisted simulation game has been chosen as a tool for the Muhos municipality development project. The aim of the project is to have a better impact on the development of people’s management skills by utilizing new digital solutions. The project has received KEVA development support.