Kinshasa Risk - simulation

An original simulation game developed by OMEC.

This is a workshop that allows you to practice risk management tools and techniques in a safe, controlled environment.

Thanks to the adventurous, exotic narrative leading the team through African lands, the students not only learn risk management, but also experience real emotions! It is them who will make the most important decisions during the simulation – concerning the route, equipment, and even the reaction to the events that have occurred. They too will have to face the consequences of their choices.

What is the final result for the team? There is no clear answer to this question. What is certain is that the participants will be able to taste the victory or face the loss.

The simulation is also available for closed groups, priced individually.

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Dział Handlowy

Dział Handlowy

(+48) 801 55 66 32


For whom?

  • participants without theoretical basis for risk management - the simulation can be an opportunity to meet the concepts of methodology in a friendly environment. It can be used as an aid in introducing risk management into the project, in particular in showing that risk management helps in achieving planned goals.
  • participants with knowledge of risk management - simulation allows to deepen its understanding and practice the operation of appropriate mechanisms. It enables the transition from the "I know" level to the "I can understand" level. It can be a very effective preparation for the M_o_R Foundation or M_o_R Practitioner certification.

from --- PLN (VAT not included)


1 day



Training details
Exam and certification

The main purpose of this simulation is to experience a project specific mode of operation where risk management is an essential element.

Participants take on project roles, which allows them to learn about the scope of duties and responsibilities related to these roles and appropriate methods of action.

The game includes: maps, pieces, event cards.

The game uses elements such as:

  • consciously naming risks
  • joint risk analysis
  • taking actions to minimize threats and increase opportunities
  • effective communication
  • striving for a goal,
  • taking responsibility for the decisions taken

During the workshop, participants use documents such as:

  • Risk Management Strategy
  • Risk Register
  • Register of Issues

Simulation contents:

  • Introduction to the workshop (workshop goals and assumptions, administrative matters)
  • Basics of risk management (basic concepts, ideas, process)
  • Introduction to simulation - basic information about the "Kinshasa" project
  • Context analysis for the "Kinshasa" project
  • Identifying the risks of the "Kinshasa" project
  • Risk assessment and management planning
  • Stage I of the "Kinshasa" Project - implementing risk management in the project
  • Stage II of the "Kinshasa" Project - risk management taking into account the experience gathered in Stage I
  • Summary and Conclusions

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