After the participants discover organizational and process bottlenecks, they start developing new structures, procedures, logistics, methods, workplaces and cooperation principles.
Since the results are measured on different parameters, visualized and assessed, the effects of improvements are shown and stimulate further improvements.
GAUSS & PARETO
Much management attention is spent to control and improve recurring processes. We call this the "Gaussian model". The Bedaux business games are also geared to train to deal effectively with irregular events with a major impact. That is called the "Pareto model."