On August 21st, Eko and Rio visited National University of Singapore to discuss the expandable interactive learning framework board game which is a result of joint collaboration between Kummara and TLI-AP National University of Singapore. The board game is used to support learning process related to urban logistics and transportation management. During their visit, they had a class session with MSc Supply Chain Management students to try the game.
About 70 MSc students joined the class and had the opportunity to play the expandable interactive learning framework board game. In the game, groups of students were divided as Retailers, Wholesalers, Distributors and Manufacturers and had 3 rounds to complete customer’s need. Through the session and by playing the game, students got the basic learning point of traditional supply chain process.