Today’s workforce needs the skills to lead in increasingly diverse cultural and geographical spaces. Aside from diversity and inclusion increasing a sense of fairness in the workplace, increasing diversity increases profitability. Now, with Business Cultural Intelligent Quotient (BCIQ), educators have
Imagine you can evaluate your employees by how well they respond to situations through emails and instant messages. With microsimulations, you can. During this webcast, we discuss how custom microsims can make e-learning more authentic to your workplace. We also
While much of the world feels like it’s crumbling to pieces, Amazon’s success during the pandemic has propelled Jeff Bezos to surpass anyone else on earth. He’s reached a net worth of $200 billion. His fortune equates to 1% of
By Caroline Kurdej I’ve written stories on ultrarunners that compete in 24+ hour races, spanning hundreds, if not thousands of miles. I adopted their determination, grit, and to some extent, borderline insanity, and created a CapsimInbox microsimulation in 24 hours.
By Shannon Kidwell With the global pandemic presenting a clear threat to educators and students worldwide, many schools are switching to online tools and platforms. To reflect this shift, a report from Global Industry Analysts predicts the e-learning market will
By Brendan Langen A great thing about creating a useful tool is its widespread application. Over the last several months, we have heard from dozens of interested authors who want to tell their unique story in the form of an
Students are unprepared for careers. They enter the workforce feeling “exhausted,” “lost,” and “anxious,” according to a Harvard Business Review article. Can authentic assessment have something to do with it? At first glance, perhaps the weariness is generational. Millennials and
By Caroline Kurdej Two months after graduating from Northwestern University with a Master of Science degree in Journalism, and four months into my role as Content Strategist at Capsim, the opportunity to become an author arose. “Why don’t you write