Complete the registration form by clicking the button below. We encourage teams of 2-3 members to help break up the work.
Registration ends September 30, 2020
Complete the concept form by clicking the button below. We will review all concepts to ensure alignment and viability.
Concept forms are due September 30, 2020.
Start building out your concept in the CapsimInbox Authoring Platform. Complete our certification course to hone your skills.
Microsims are due November 2, 2020.
Winners will be announced on November 13th at the GBSN Beyond Conference. To play a version, click the 'Play Now' button, create an account, and log in.
Role: Project Manager at a mining firm
Skills: Leadership, Ethical Decision-making, Problem Solving, Communication
Role: Head of Sustainability and Responsible Sourcing at a commodity trading company
Location: Democratic Republic of the Congo
Skills: Decision-Making, Leadership, Strategic Communication
Role: Business Development Manager at a pharmaceutical company
Skills: Communication, Global Strategy, Problem-Solving, Decision-Making, Data Analysis
Role: Production Manager at a factory
Skills: Communication, Leadership, Corporate Social Responsibility, Ethical Decision-Making
Role: Product Manager at a garment manufacturing company
Skills: Initiative, Decision-Making, Corporate Social Responsibility, Problem-Solving
Role: Production Manager at a mineral water brand
Skills: Controlling, Leading, Coordination, Planning
The winning team receives $5,000 and recognition as a CapsimInbox author with the opportunity to bring their simulation to market and earn royalties.
In addition to developing the timely skills of building meaningful, online teaching tools, each team that completes their version will have the opportunity to work with Capsim to bring their version to market and earn royalties.
CapsimInbox is an inbox microsimulation platform that simulates an email environment where learners face real-world scenarios.
Participants are assessed on the effectiveness of their decision-making as they gather information and navigate various relevant situations.
The faculty simulation lab gives educators that chance to turn experiences, research, concepts, and cases into dynamic, real-world learning experiences in a contextualized environment. Think of them as interactive cases that put learners in the driver’s seat.
For GBSN Beyond, each microsimulation helps drive GBSN’s mission: to improve access to quality, locally-relevant management education for the developing world.
We’ve created a few templates as optional jumping-off points.
Faculty have the opportunity to participate as individuals or teams of up to 3 including instructional designers, research assistants, and/or PhD students (no more than 3 members). Faculty teams are encouraged to diversify in areas of expertise, universities/schools, and geographic regions.
Registration is now closed.
To ensure each version is aligned with GBSN’s mission and viable to create, we require each participant to submit their concept by September 30, 2020.
To view and complete the form, click here.
Please submit your concept form to email@example.com with GBSN Beyond Concept in as the subject.
Capsim is available to review concepts or aid in the use of the authoring platform.
To receive guidance, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or book a time to chat by clicking here.
We recommend your microsimulations to take approximately 30 minutes to complete.
As a rule of thumb, we suggest having between 20-30 messages (no more than 40) and 3-5 skills.
All created solutions will be provided to GBSN Beyond attendees to be evaluated as well as by Capsim and GBSN’s leadership. This analysis will be conducted via the judging criteria below and will be utilized to select the first, second, and third place winners of the competition.
Winners will be announced shortly after the GBSN Beyond Conference. Stay tuned for more information.
While Capsim and GBSN have provided the required deadlines, we strongly suggest all teams start building as soon as possible in order to meet these recommended deadlines below.
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