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Miki Island

Miki Island - play your way to better team performance

Traditional learning methodologies are boring, ineffective and not tailored to the younger generations. We have designed Miki Island, a highly engaging and fun simulation that allows participants to learn about various topics (High Performing team, agility, resilience, communication...). Not just fun, it has been designed with a research company to ensure high learning effectiveness.

Overview

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Web presence

2021

Established

15K

Children

11

Countries
Target group
Students upper
Updated
May 2023
Combination of engagement, data-driven learning, high effectiveness as well as allowing students to own their learning experience.

About the innovation

Why did you create this innovation?

Traditional learning is boring, ineffective and not tailored to the younger generation.

The problem is that there is no solution that addresses everything (digital, collaborative, engaging, research based and with learning effectiveness) as very few organizations / people have all of the skills required to deliver on all.

What does your innovation look like in practice?

Our solution has been developed digitally, and is also used face to face in both education and corporate sectors. We have touched more than 15,000 people in the last 2 years, with more than 100 coach / facilitators certified.

The solution has been designed with a research company and integrates an assessment as well as data point to ensure there is a high learning effectiveness and behaviour change. The way to win in the game is directly connected to the ability by the students and participants to apply the desired behaviours of success.

We have IP, it is developped on our own aeqlia platform.

From a learning methodology perspective, it is based on the kolb learning cycle. Play the game > reflect > identify learnings > apply again and improve performance

How has it been spreading?

We have touched more than 15,000 people in the last 2 years, with more than 100 coach / facilitators certified from leading universities such as Singapore Management University, National University of Singapore as well as schools in France and Sweden.

We want to touch 100,000 more students and corporates in the next 3 years and get 500 certified coaches.

If I want to try it, what should I do?

oussama.labib@aeqlia.com

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