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Improving thinking abilities is a long, challenging process that requires high self-awareness, learning strategies and deep thinking. Download the article below to read how Game-based learning tools make this process easier, effective and fun.

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What makes you great?

It all starts with skills. We need to help our teams build the skills that will inspire learners, managers, and executives to co-create a culture of learning that rewards what employees already know and the pace at which learn new, high-demand skills.

To be successful in an environment of accelerated global competition, companies need the right skills. We need to know how to understand the signs, see the big picture, choose a strategy, adapt the plan to the changing environment, and bring results.

According to the LinkedIn Learning's 2021 Workplace Learning Report, 66% of L&D pros globally now agree that they are focused on rebuilding and reshaping their organizations from 2021 and onwards. Not surprisingly, upskilling & reskilling is the top priority for the same professionals.

Accelium solutions helps individuals and teams build the critical higher-order skills they need to excel. The programs introduce participants to powerful tools used by Chess Masters and Game Theory experts for analysis, problem solving, and decision making. Through a fun, reflective learning process that uses various strategy games, Accelium develops strategic thinking skills, helping participants become more methodical and resilient...

What makes Accelium great?

Exciting experience

Unique, game-based experience gets everybody engaged whether delivered online or in-person.

Effective tools

Uncovers powerful meta-cognitive strategies that solve complex real-world challenges.​

Meaningful Learning

The game experience gets participants cognitively and emotionally involved. This high commitment is used to promote reflection - producing meaningful insights and effective, long-term retention.


Builds creativity and resilience challenges common perceptions and exercises "out-of-box" divergent thinking.


Is there a good way to make decisions? What can help me make a decision?

Face fundamental decision making dilemmas: design a plan and execute it dynamically and in accordance with your adversary's moves; find the balance between a proactive approach and reactiveness; manage limited resources; find the opportune timing to act.

Some of the concepts discovered:

Identifying threats by "getting inside the opponent's head“

Devising a plan and adjusting it to the changing environment

Mitigating risks by "paving a route" and using the paradoxical "self-block" strategy

Dealing with cognitive biases

Acquired Skills

Dealing with change

Decision making


Flexible thinking and behavior

Systems thinking

About the game

Blocker is a fast-paced and exciting strategy game that challenges players to build a maze that leads them to their destination and at the same time diverts their opponent from theirs.


4 hours online / 1/2 day in person.


Problems are an integral part of everyday life. This workshop aims to teach you to become more confident in your problem-solving by learning how to improve your critical thinking.

Participants will learn to break seemingly unsolvable problems into smaller and simpler ones, using methodical analysis, identifying the core of the problem, and prioritizing.

Some of the concepts discovered:

Simplifying the problem by using end-to-beginning analysis

Deconstructing the problem

Identifying the core of the problem

Focusing efforts using the "temporary parking" strategy

How to apply a structured approach to problem solving

Acquired Skills


Problem solving


Systems thinking

Analytical thinking

About the game

Move It is a challenging puzzle game where you have to get the mover out of the room by moving furniture and clearing his path to the door.

The game requires the ability to analyze the situation, understand the dependencies between the components of the problem, and the ability to plan more than one step forward.


4 hours online / 1/2 day in person.


Not everyone loves surprises and changes, but we all have to deal with them daily. Those who can adapt, adjust themselves to the new circumstances, and reorganize according to the new conditions will be able to move forward.

How can we learn to do so? Can anyone do it?

This unique workshop focuses on how to have an adequate reaction to surprises and changes and allows participants to experience diverse forms of environmental change and challenge them with uncertainty, invoking a discussion about its cognitive and emotional aspects.

Some of the concepts discovered:

Dealing with uncertainty using "anchors“

Prioritization through move-order analysis

Identifying patterns to simplify problems

Methodical step-by-step analysis

Acquired Skills

Decision making under uncertainty

Quick adaptability

Overcoming unfair advantages

Leading VUCA 

About the game

2 Flags is a two-player strategy game in which you must conquer the opponent's flag by harmoniously using five scouts (game pieces). To win, you will need to create a plan and execute it while overcoming the opponent's threats.

To win, you will need to quickly adapt to changes, make decision under uncertainty, and overcoming unfair advantages.


4 hours online / 1/2 day in person.


Correctly understanding a situation is crucial in social, business, and interpersonal situations. This workshop teaches you to analyze and simplify complex situations.

Learn to anticipate problems and avoid mistakes by correctly assessing the situation. We'll find out how patterns can be of help and how to free ourselves from them when they limit our thinking processes.

Some of the concepts discovered:

Mitigating uncertainty using "anchors“

Prioritization through move-order analysis

Identifying patterns to simplify problems

Methodical step-by-step analysis

Acquired Skills


Problem solving

Course of action

AnalysisSystems thinking

About the game

PingWins is a challenging puzzle game where we have to lead the penguin into the fishing hole. The path will not always be clear, and the solution lies in our ability to identify anchors!

The game requires the ability to identify repeating patterns and then learn to break free of them and revisit the problem from a whole new perspective.


4 hours online / 1/2 day in person.

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Accelium workshops are led by certified professional and are available both on-site and online (via webinars).

Anyone, from leaders and team members, employees at all levels who are looking to acquire the insights, skills, processes and tools that is necessary to adapt the post-pandemic world can benefit from our workshops.

During the workshops, participants first become familiar with Accelium's unique process, then acquire a set of practical tools that allows them to practice and progress further on their own.

The facilitators walk each participant through the theory and methods so they can adapt them to their specific professional challenges.

Workshops create a fun, constructive group-dynamic that exposes participants to different perspectives and helps them process new concepts. 

Using the Accelium application, participants can exercise whenever they have a few minutes and advance at their own pace even after the workshop.

If you didn't see the specific topic you're looking for, no problem! Accelium is a methodology which can be used to create tailor-made courses for your specific needs...

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