Simulations are an experiential learning tool based on representations of the behavior or characteristics of one system through the use of another system, especially a computer program designed for that purpose.

A business simulation (of your enterprise, business unit or process) uses real-world competitive dynamics and places leaders in a context where they step out of their normal day-to-day roles and gain exposure to the big picture. Participants make decisions in a risk-free environment, allowing them to experience critical interdependencies, execute best practices, and test the levers they can use to optimize their company’s key performance indicators.

Business simulations become helpful when facing one or more of these following business challenges:
  • Implementing a new strategy and key performance objectives
  • Accelerating innovation and strategy execution
  • Improving business acumen and financial decision-making
  • Transforming sales organizations into business-results accelerators.
  • Focusing leadership development on front-line execution.
  • Implementing culture change aligned to strategy
  • Integrating newly merged companies.
  • Modeling complex value-chains for collaborative cost elimination


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