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Some considerations to support your decision-making with regards to manual vs digital wargaming for exercise purposes.

Often we are asked why an organisation should wargame. After all, isn’t it time consuming, requires manpower and possibly hampers ongoing operations?! Moreover, why game if there already is a strategy in place and plans are made? It’s all going swimmingly well or it is...

Many types of professional Wargame require an adjunction team. They function as the arbiters of the wargame.

This blog will give you some pointers on how to pick the right facilitator for your wargame.

Wargaming in the military was originally conceived to be an objective arbiter of ideas and plans. The Imperial German Staff, the originators of Kreigspeil, wargamed plans critical to the success of a campaign in the full knowledge that the fate of the German Empire rel...

November 23, 2017

On Monday the 13th of November, Diederik gave a 30 minute presentation about (Rapid) Wargame Development at Connections Netherlands. During his talk Diederik presented and compared two two recent games that GS&A have developed. With regards to project management and de...

August 14, 2017

Last week the British Ministry of Defence published its official wargaming handbook. Ghost written by expert gamer and Connections UK organiser Graham Longley Brown.  We are very pleased with this handbook as it shows the world that the practice of wargaming is gaining...

Out with the old, in with the new. It was time to redesign our website with the aim of utilising it more. We intend to share more blogs and engage with you (the reader) on a variety of topics concerning exercise support, wargaming, scenario development and military str...

October 21, 2015

Whether it is within the armed forces, in business or within civil service this dictum is still valid. Ask any logistician, fireman or (military) planner and he or she will confirm this. In times of crisis, you do not want to have to (re-)invent the wheel. The effect o...