How One of Canada’s Top Entrepreneurship Programs Wins the Fight Against Commodity Graduates

The Toronto Waterloo Region Corridor emerged as one of the world’s top 20 technology clusters in 2017. Waterloo companies hold the top three spots on Deloitte Technology Fast 50 ranking. The average three-year growth rate of the Fast 50 winners

March’s Pilot Pass: “Sort of like a flight simulator, where you’re in the cockpit.”

This March, give your students the chance to put their HR skills to the test by piloting CapsimInbox: Human Resources. Dr. Robert Portnoy–Human Resource Management Professor at Washington University in St. Louis–built the immersive microsimulation by recreating moments from his

February’s Pilot Pass Jets Students off to Navigate Cultural Diversity in a Business Context

As companies continue to become more global, interacting with a diverse group of people becomes inevitable.  This February, CapsimInbox Pilot Pass users can give their students the chance to put their cultural awareness to the test with CapsimInbox: Cultural Awareness,

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Free Microsimulation to Help Students Manage Their Time More Effectively

Capsim is excited to offer all instructors free access to use our latest microsimulation, CapsimInbox: Time Management! From now until June 1, 2020, you can create an immersive and fun learning experience to develop your students’ time management skills. Click

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Career Skills to Ensure Student Success Beyond the Classroom

Business schools have defined learning objectives around the knowledge and skills students need to develop in the classroom. However, research indicates that hiring organizations struggle to find new graduates who possess the ideal skill set. The Bloomberg Job Skills Report

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How Professor Coleman Uses CapsimInbox at Saint Louis University to Nurture Meaningful Student Development

In the previous Capsim Spotlight, we highlighted the use of CapsimInbox by Anna Parkman, Senior Lecturer at The Ohio State University, to tackle three critical problems in higher education. If you would like to revisit Anna Parkman’s spotlight, you can

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Improving High School Students’ College and Career Readiness

Soft skills, or the personal qualities and attributes that help students succeed in the classroom and workplace, are crucial in students’ college and career readiness. These skills include communication, teamwork, problem solving and responsibility. According to research conducted by CareerBuilder,

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Preparing Students for the Future with Experiential Learning

The automation of jobs across disciplines and industries means current and future students must develop a new set of skills to remain competitive within the job market. Even though most educational institutions already struggle with the development of relevant career

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