Why Use Simulation-Based Learning?
|Simulation-Based Learning||Hands-On or In-Person Training||Traditional Training Methods
(lectures, online tutorials, etc.)
|Learning Pace Individually Tailored|
|Knowledge is Easily Transferred to Real World|
|Learner-to-Learner Assessment & Comparison|
|Low Physical Risk / Liability|
Engage Your Audience
Drawing from our extensive experience with technology-based learning methods and online business training, we’ve identified that successful online training simulations:
- Use innovative visual aesthetics and intuitive interfaces to facilitate learning
- Engage learners by letting them personalize their learning environment
- Deliver content through multiple languages and forms of media
- Provide constant feedback and incentives to improve
- Foster collaboration and competition
- Set intermediate checkpoints for learners to assess understanding of subject material
- Provide opportunities for facilitation and debriefing
Our multi-phase and integrated approach combines advanced development tools and design expertise, resulting in a customized application with a professional appearance, sophisticated modeling, and comprehensive support.
- Review your requirements and work with you to explore creative training opportunities
- Design full-color mockups of training simulation ideas
- Develop an interactive application based on a design we develop or one that you already have
- Test your simulation to ensure it works successfully on a variety of browsers and devices including computers, tablets, and smart phones
Ready-to-Run Training Simulations
Use proven simulations in your higher education classrooms or corporate trainings. Our content is developed by experts, including faculty at Harvard, MIT, Wharton & other premier business schools.
Leadership and Teamwork: Everest Simulation
Attempt to summit Mount Everest with the help of four teammates.
Change Management Simulation: Power and Influence
Decide the proper use and timing of change levers to establish credibility and achieve adopters within an organization.
Leadership & Communication Simulation: Easy Meals
Practice consistent communication with different stakeholders and decision-making as a C-suite executive.
The Beer Game: Supply Chain Management Simulation
The weakest link in the chain is not one person, but the whole chain itself.
Negotiating With Difficult People: Power Plays & Tricky Tactics
Learn to negotiate with difficulet people through practice.
Leadership and Team Decision Making: Patient Zero
Apply adaptive leadership techniques and team dynamics by guiding a country through a Zombie outbreak.
Design Thinking: The Food Truck Challenge
Determine the ideal combination of product and location for a food truck to maximize revenue.
Supply Chain Management: Root Beer Game
Experiment with the bullwhip effect and demand forecasting in the context of a supply chain for making Root Beer.
Some of Our Work in Corporate Training
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