Thursday, June 20, 2019

“[Our] games lacked the wizards and trolls of Dungeons and Dragons, but were, in their own fashion, even nerdier and more fun…at least for national security wonks. More importantly, they were a key component of my strategic education.”
– Lt. Col. Shawn Kadlec –

Do you play games at work? Perhaps you should start.

The U.S. Army War College Center for Strategic Leadership regularly includes gaming as part of its curriculum to help develop strategic thought and facilitate cooperative strategies. Click here to learn more about how the military uses gaming and role playing to develop its future leaders and, the next time a game of Risk breaks out in the lunchroom, make sure your team understands why invading Russia during winter is just as bad as competing against Amazon.