Close to 70% of students have used a game or simulation in at least one university course, and yet there are many myths about simulations that still persist. Capsim has been around simulations since 1985, and we’ve heard them all.
Measuring the size of a team may be easy – Amazon CEO Jeff Bezo suggests the ‘two pizza rule’, if you need more than two pizzas to feed it, the team is too big – but measuring the effectiveness of
Challenged with helping young African leaders expand their business acumen in six weeks, professors from Mendoza College of Business at Notre Dame University decided to offer hands-on experience as well as theory, by using Capstone® Business Simulation.
Students battle for supremacy in global business simulation play offs Chicago, April 28th, 2014: More than 1760 business students from 36 countries have competed in the Capsim Spring Challenge with 12 teams – from Lebanon, Vietnam, Thailand, Hong Kong, India
Every year, close to 2,000 business professors choose to use Capsim’s business simulations in their classroom. To understand why, we surveyed our users and collected the top five reasons.
Team based assignments, team activities and team presentations are integral to most business school programs for one reason: business requires graduates to be more than individual contributors; it requires graduates with management competencies such as team skills.
Providing evidence of learning outcomes against learning goals is the deceptively simple objective of assurance of learning initiatives that, in practice, turns out to be complex and time-consuming to accomplish. Chicago, Illinois August 16, 2013 To help business schools manage the
In their observations of student teams working through the simulation, many professors confirm what the research into team dynamics clearly demonstrates: functional teams produce better results.