How can a simple game transform your learning efforts? The CIA uses tabletop games to teach intelligence gathering, overcoming collection obstacles, and collaboration. The Harvard Business Review describes board games as a microcosm of business training that can help leaders and managers build the skills needed to operate effectively in the real world. In fact, board games have been used formally for teaching business concepts since at least the 1960s with the introduction of the MIT Beer Distribution game. Many instructional designers, course developers, and training managers struggle to create engaging learning programs that get results. At the ATD LearnNow: Game Design workshop, you’ll learn how to design a tabletop game that can help transform your live instruction into a powerful, memorable learning experience.