Serious Games or Simulations: What’s the Better Training Approach for Your Organization

Serious Games have gotten a lot of attention recently as an effective way of providing training to our modern and tech-savvy workforce. Perhaps that’s 

because game-based training is an engaging, flexible and entertaining method of delivering the information workers need in order to perform their jobs. Serious Games allow participants to practice decision-making skills, learn new techniques, understand the results of an action, and to receive immediate feedback on their performance. But there’s another type of individualized learning that’s also gaining in popularity.

Simulations are related to Serious Games in that they both offer learners the opportunity to participate actively in their training. However, the two also have some fundamental differences. Simulations and Serious Games can be differentiated by how they are implemented, the type of interactions they require, and what situations they’re best suited for.  

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