Why Use 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.
Teamwork and Leadership Simulation: Climbing Mt. Everest
Collaborate and communicate with your team while attempting to summit Mt. Everest with this popular simulation developed with Harvard Business School
Change Management Simulation: Power and Influence
Learn how to drive organizational change with this popular simulation developed with Harvard Business School
Leadership & Communication Simulation: Easy Meals
Practice consistent communication with different stakeholders and decision-making as a C-suite executive.
The Beer Game: MIT 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.
Leading Teams that Deliver: Fundamentals of Leadership
Lead your team effectively and create a psychologically safe environment.
Leadership and Team Decision Making: Patient Zero
Apply adaptive leadership techniques and team dynamics by guiding a country through a Zombie outbreak.
Project Management: Scope, Resources, Schedule
Learn how to successfully complete a project initiative, while managing cost and time.
MIT Sloan Project Management Simulator
Play the role of project manager for a large, complex project.
Design Thinking: The Food Truck Challenge
Play the role of an entrepreneur and try to maximize the revenue of your food truck by determining the ideal combination of product and location.
Some of Our Work in Corporate Training
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