One team, six people on four different continents and one decision to make - it is just great which possibilities we have today.

Finalist Anna-Lena Schulz, Volkswagen AG

VW

Companies have to concentrate on those, who run the extra mile. Otherwise there will be standstill. And our teams ran this extra mile by participating in MARGA

Maciej Brzoskowski, General Manager E.ON Anlagenservice GmbH.

E.ON

MARGA offers the rare possibility to learn from expensive mistakes at a convenient price.

Finalist Axel Delker, REWE Zentral AG

REWE

20 Years ago I have participated in the MARGA Competition and I still know why my team was not able to qualify for the next round - that is what I call sustainable learning. Today our OBI trainees participate in the MARGA Online Competition.

Holger Jöhnk, Head of HR Headquarters, OBI Group Holding, and former MARGA participant

OBI

What is MARGA?

The MARGA business simulation is carried out as a management training and offers the opportunity to experience entrepreneurial thinking and acting within a dynamic field of competition which is close to reality. The participants act as a board team and get to know managerial coherences.

Michael Anslinger, CEO DB Schenker Rail Michael Anslinger, CEO DB Schenker Rail "Developing strategies together, sharing success and failure, winning as a team, that was a great experience for our team.“ More voices of the HR department ONE team – on the playing field and in the MARGA Online Competition ONE team – on the playing field and in the MARGA Online Competition It’s not always easy to take decisions within a team; however, how you work together in a team is crucial for success! The teams in the MARGA Online Competition as well as the beach volleyball team Schrieverhoff/Wagner experience this every day. read more MARGA business simulations in top-ranked ESMT programs MARGA business simulations in top-ranked ESMT programs The latest international rankings attest to continued program excellence at ESMT. Congratulations to our partner for this great ranking: Financial Times ranks ESMT 11th worldwide in executive education. read more

One team, six people on four different continents and one decision to make - it is just great which possibilities we have today.

Finalist Anna-Lena Schulz, Volkswagen AG

Companies have to concentrate on those, who run the extra mile. Otherwise there will be standstill. And our teams ran this extra mile by participating in MARGA

Maciej Brzoskowski, General Manager E.ON Anlagenservice GmbH.

MARGA offers the rare possibility to learn from expensive mistakes at a convenient price.

Finalist Axel Delker, REWE Zentral AG

20 Years ago I have participated in the MARGA Competition and I still know why my team was not able to qualify for the next round - that is what I call sustainable learning. Today our OBI trainees participate in the MARGA Online Competition.

Holger Jöhnk, Head of HR Headquarters, OBI Group Holding, and former MARGA participant

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MARGA Business Simulations - Management training for high potentials and executives

MARGA Business Simulations is a General Management training in which the participants manage all departments and functions of a simulated company in teams. This strategic simulation is suited to gain an overall entrepreneurial perspective. Participants get to know management skills and have to apply their knowledge within the game. Being a General Management business simulation, MARGA imparts interdisciplinary perspectives which enable participants to gain insights into all functional areas of a company: marketing, production, finance and controlling.

Besides the classic talent management it is possible to apply MARGA into the framework of change management to show changes and make them easily comprehensible. Not only to accept the changes but also to support them actively.

The approach of MARGA Business Simulations ensures a unique transfer of knowledge to thinking and acting in an entrepreneurial way.

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