A 24-Hour Race to the CapsimInbox Finish Line

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.

How I Used my Student-Athlete Experience to Help High School Recruits Navigate COVID-19

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

How Two Ph.D. Colleagues Contextualized Microeconomics

Many students find themselves in class directing blank stares at professors, wondering: How can I use this formula after graduation? Will I use this degree in real life? Before Dr. Christopher Mann joined academia, he owned a couple of businesses.

How Professor Novak Develops Future Ethical Leaders through Simulation-Based Learning

If you search for Jordan Novak on Rate My Professors, he’ll pop up under DePaul University’s Department of Management and Entrepreneurship… with a 5.0 rating. “The sample size is small, but I’ll take it,” Novak wrote in Microsoft Teams. Aside

How Dr. Lori Radulovich Built a Microsimulation to Develop Cultural Awareness

Dr. Lori Radulovich is a Professor at Baldwin Wallace University’s School of Business. She’s also the President and Owner of LPR Consulting Group. Her nearly three decades of combined experience in the financial industry and academia make her a seasoned

Change the Way You Hire with CapsimInbox

Written by Brendan Langen, Director of Product Design & Development at Capsim The CapsimInbox Authoring Platform helps employers hire the right candidate for the role. You can put a job candidate through a moment in your job and see how

Creator Spotlight: Dr. Robert Portnoy on Building an Inbox Simulation for Real-World HR Learning

After teaching Human Resource Management at Washington University in St. Louis’ business school, Dr. Robert Portnoy noticed a significant gap between what he was teaching in the classroom and his years of experience as a development specialist in the airline

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Capsim Instructor Leads 2-Week Intensive Seminar to Develop Ghana’s Future Leaders

On August 5-16, 2019, Dr. Christopher Harben, Assistant Teaching Professor of Management at Penn State University, partnered with The Palm Institute to deliver a 2-week intensive course on business strategy. The unique seminar was designed to provide future African leaders

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