We aim to make these learning experiences as smooth as possible. However, should you ever encounter a problem, a technical issue, or have a burning question, you can reach out to our support team!
And that is not all! Our Education Associates will help you every step of the way to include the learning solution in your course. From support with developing your curriculum to implementing the business game. We’ll also provide you access to our portal, where you’ll find all kinds of resources to support you during your course delivery.
You can count on helpdesk support at any time! We are available 24/7 for urgent help. Our contact details can be found in your welcome email after becoming a customer. It contains all the relevant information to get started.
You can check out our Events Page. We organize multiple events, such as online/offline webinars, workshops, experience sessions, and hands-on programs that will provide you with a better understanding of our approach
Experiential learning is a hands-on approach to developing skills such as leadership through real-world, practical experiences. It helps bridge the gap between theoretical knowledge and practical skills by actively participating in relevant and authentic learning experiences, especially in team-based settings.
Experiential learning has several benefits; these are:
A business simulation is an experiential learning tool where participants learn by running a virtual business in an interactive, risk-free, and realistic environment.
In a business game, participants typically work in teams to make strategic decisions about allocating resources, developing products, and marketing their business. The goal is to provide participants with a learning experience that helps them develop their business skills and knowledge in an interactive as well as applied way.
In our business simulation games, rounds represent a period of in-game decision-making. Team members work together to make strategic decisions in their respective roles.
Our business simulation games require the learner to make decisions. Since we build up complexity over the course of a learning experience, we take several ’rounds’ of decision-making to create a nice learning curve.
After each round (in other words: the learning cycle), the instructor lets the business simulation game run its calculation and provides a debrief. During the debrief, the instructor makes the teams reflect, dives into their results, provides feedback, connects the dots, and introduces some new complexity for the next round. We repeat this cycle of ‘decision making – debrief – decision making – debrief’ several times
We cover a wide area of topics connected to understanding the End-to-End supply chain, Sales & Operations (S&OP), Integrated Business Planning (IBP), Manage Supply Chain Disruptions, Create Sustainable Business, and Develop Data Literacy.