Cash is king. You probably heard that one before, and for companies, it does hold some truth. Cash is the amount of money a company has at hand. It is used to acquire material, buy services, pay salaries and all other things needed to operate a business. That’s why running out of cash can be… Continue reading The cashflow statement, explained
Whether you are an entrepreneur or you have been working in an organization, you probably have had to operate in the face of uncertainty. Uncertainty is everywhere There is uncertainty in the political and economic system, there is also uncertainty related to climate change, and there is uncertainty related to your industry, your competitors, and… Continue reading Learning business resilience with a game
In our previous article, we wrote about the potential of using business finance as a common language in organizations. We explored how this common language helps organizations set a direction that is measurable, understood, and applicable by all stakeholders – which in turn fosters more relevant decisions and stability across the company. The business finance… Continue reading How to play Fundamentals of Finance
For the untrained eye, business finance may look too theoretical and far away from business reality. Some will say business is about consumers, about the product design, about the marketing strategy, you name it. None of which is (fully) wrong. But when the role of business finance is understood, the following realization takes place: business… Continue reading Business finance: the common language for success
Participants will experience the real dynamics of competition, when in a red ocean, having to face some tradeoffs between cost and value, and the dynamics of a blue ocean, where buyers’ value generates new demand. Find out how.
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.
In the second part of our Accessibility story, we are dealing with screen reading and evolved interfaces, to allow for smoother decision-making in the business simulation, especially for non-sighted users.
You have seen us write about business simulations, but you are not exactly sure what a business simulation is? Say no more, this article will explore all the things a business simulation is, what it is used for, and what it does.
In this entry, we explore the different support schemes MEGA Learning offers, from full educator independence to 100% facilitation by our consultants!
The first part of our story to more accessible interfaces, the challenges users were facing and the solutions we developed to ensure a smooth, playful, and immersive learning experience
We explore how a student led us to reconsider our approach to sustainability, and how it led us to re-think, and revamp an existing business simulation into one about sustainable car manufacturing.
We explore some of the questions, challenges and opportunities education professionals might face when implementing a business simulation into their curriculum.
We asked Damien Jelsch, a training professional with close to 30 years of career in key Finance roles, to walk us through one of his programs incorporating our games in finance.
We explore how 2020 has disrupted the way we approach education, and the opportunities that can be seized when transitioning to online environments. Business simulations can play a role doing that.
Business simulation games enable participants to learn in an engaging, challenging, dynamic, and risk-free environment, while applying concepts that they may have been taught in their course curriculum.
Success is not an easy task to define, as we often realize with participants of our business games […], an organization’s success can be assessed against a wider range of criteria, among which the Return on Capital Employed (ROCE) holds a special place.
Our webinars attract inspiring actors of the learning industry, from academics to corporate trainers: an opportunity to discuss the possibilities offered by business simulations to engage learners, online or not.
We address how our HR simulation, Human Capital Challenge, was adapted for and integrated into the course, Organization performance for consultants: assessment and improvement, led by Prof. Lorraine Uhlaner, Professor of Management at EDHEC Business School.
Create a wow effect among your clients by integrating our modern and engaging business simulations. With a focus on either strategy, finance, customer value proposition or human resources, have participants compete to win the game, while learning key fundamental dynamics of operating a multiproduct company. Our multi-decision games integrate perfectly in leadership programs, executive education and academic curriculae.