OFMOS provides a fun way for families with teens to create early exposure to key business concepts, while developing a big-picture perspective on a world that is about to be significantly transformed by technology.
SAN FRANCISCO (PRWEB)
December 05, 2017
OFMOS, The Business Big Picture Game, brings together fun and useful foundational business concepts for families with teenage kids, as they prepare for the future. With a minimalist design and simplistic rules, the upcoming board game is set to become a family favorite, supporting experiences that range from abstract play to simulation and meaningful conversations around the dinner table. Knowledge-unifying umbrella for parents and instructional scaffolding for kids, the game encapsulates a high-level explanation of how individuals, companies, and economies work.
The context is simple, yet wide-ranging, as described in the instructions: “You are the CEO… Hired to run a company, you will oversee its expansion, restructuring, and orderly closing… You will enter and exit multiple markets, introducing and retiring several products. With the overarching goal of making the most of your initial resources, you will make the sum greater than its parts… But you are not alone… Your performance will be compared to that of your opponent, a fellow CEO, who is engaged in a similar quest. Same goal, same resources, different company… In direct competition with some of the products in some of the markets, you will both strive to generate as much cash as possible, which is the only measure of success that counts in the end… The CEO with the most cash on the table wins… Think Big, and Good luck!”
“OFMOS provides a fun way for families with teens to create early exposure to key business concepts, while developing a big-picture perspective on a world that is about to be significantly transformed by technology. And the timing seems to be right,” says the game’s creator Cristian Mitreanu. “As the number of options for education and career continues to grow, parental career guidance will become increasingly important. And the game is unique in that it could help not only with building critical thinking skills, but also with…