Following a workshop we facilitated at ESCP Business School in September, we collected Manuel’s testimonial. Manuel is a 2nd-year student in the Master in Management and tells us about his experience playing with us.
Education is undergoing a substantial transition, as more learning journeys are taking place online. Online education made asynchronous easier to roll out: is it better than synchronous learning?
Many skills that are essential to successful business leadership can only be developed through experience. We offer an experience where you can learn those specific skills in a shorter amount of time, thanks to game-based learning.
Dr Gustavo Espinoza-Ramos uses our business simulations in one of his classes at Westminster Business School. We asked him about his experience and that of students playing our business games.
Have you ever played a business game or a business simulation? Have you felt overwhelmed by the amount of information to process? Getting game participants quickly onboard is fundamental: here our some of our best tips.
Some of our partnerships were born from, or lead to, business game developments with leading academic and corporate institutions. Here is the story of our partner Ralph M. Sabatino.
We develop business simulations to teach business acumen, and we partner with organizations that specialize in interactive workshops. Find out more about our partnerships!
Business education focuses too often on the financial aspects of business, but business is made of people. Here is why we think it should be taught, using our games.
Does playing a business simulation teach concrete skills? Is it comparable with the reality of an organization? These are the questions we answer in this blog entry.
Co-developed with the NYU Wagner Graduate School of Public Service, this new simulation aims at teaching students how to find the balance between serving the community, developing the human capital, and ensuring profitable activities.