We understand for many of our simulation users, team dynamics provide an essential framework for their students’ experience. As learning environments evolve, we are working to help our users navigate challenges and provide the experiential learning their courses rely on.
Capsim is excited to announce an update to the Capstone Course Bundle and introduce a new Strategic Management Bundle. Each bundle adds a textbook and supplemental resources, such as cases, team projects, and test banks, to the Capstone simulation to
Four MBA students from Suffolk University recently participated in a global Capstone® competition where they bested 683 teams from business schools around the world. As part of their online “World Class Strategies” course, the students oversaw a $100 million simulated
Capsim is excited to introduce Capstone 2.0 – a powerful, flexible and engaging way to teach business strategy. Capstone 2.0 is an updated and redesigned version of our staple business strategy simulation that incorporates new features to improve the user
About the Webinar Learn how Strategic Management 3e author, Frank T. Rothaermel bridges the knowing-doing gap by integrating Capsim’s Capstone simulation into his courses. Dr. Rothaermel outlines how he effectively connects the acquired knowledge gained from his texbook with its
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
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
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