In the center of the United States – in Iowa – a consciousness-based learning university is proving their MBA program has the capabilities to compete with the best business schools in the world. By scoring in the 99th percentile in
In Capsim’s Top 10 rankings, high performing business schools regularly appear top of the list – schools such as Notre Dame’s Mendoza College of Business, University of California Berkeley’s Haas School of Business, Southern Connecticut State University……..yes, that’s correct. This
Capsim Business Simulations are usually seen as a great way to emphasize competition in the classroom, but one professor has found a more laid-back approach much more effective.
Joel Goldhar has been using Capsim to teach students about the real world of business for over 15 years. For Professor Goldhar, who teaches Operation and Technology Management for the Stuart Graduate School of Business at the Illinois Institute of
Imagine you must deliver a semester long MBA course – in one week. How would you rework your curriculum? As a strategy professor and Director of the Online MBA program at University of Texas at Dallas, Larry Chasteen, Ph.D. has
Professor Gary May knows that teamwork is much more than just a word. For Gary and his students at Clayton State University in Georgia, it’s a dynamic process. “I use a three-part process for both my undergraduate and MBA classes
Professors can deliver Capsim business simulations to their students in many different ways. One man who knows that is Professor Derrick Walters.
Health Care Management classes may not immediately seem like a fit for Capsim business simulations, but University of Findlay in Ohio professor Josephine Kershaw Ph.D has found Capsim to be a linchpin for her course. “Using Capsim along with cases